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    justinpark

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    Toyota Recall

    Post  justinpark on Sat Feb 06, 2010 8:58 pm

    By: Justin Park

    Toyota's recall has consumers all over the United States of America going mad. Sudden acceleration problems along with other problems with the hardware installed into the car forced Toyota to call a absolute recall of all the covered cars. Other companies, such as Audi, have also had major-scale problems and had been forced to recall all of their released car models that were causing trouble. Yet these same companies that went through years of public uncertainty relating to the quality of their products have jumped back up and became strong in the auto-business once again.

    Toyota car dealers are estimated to experience a humongous drop of 75% in sales of 2010 if the freezes in certain car model sales is to continue. To teens, average-quality car dealers have provided them and their parents and their parents and such with cars that were not too expensive and not altogether a piece of junk. Dealers like Toyota, Ford, and Hyundai come to mind when thinking of these qualities in a car.

    With Toyota out of question due to their embarrassing full recall of their cars, how long will it take for them to retain their known reputation as a trusted car company? The reputation that Toyota painstakingly and meticulously stacked up has collapsed with their gas-pedal disaster. Toyota had to recall approximately 2.3 million cars so far, exchanging faulty parts with new, functional ones—yet still more cars are expected.

    Toyota officials seem on top of things, despite the bedlam and distrust it has gained from its customers virtually overnight. This Japan-originated vehicle company is starting a public relations initiative in which it will assure its customers that it is on top of things, and that the problem is only one that is very, very, rare.

    The consequences of this enormous-scale recall are many. First of all, its reputation is undoubtedly scarred for what will be an estimated few tragic years for the company. Also, car values for these automobiles experiencing malfunctions are still in question. Will they retain the same value? The impact on their car values still remains unknown. Thirdly, will any customers in the near future return to purchase used or new car models from this insecure car dealer? Beyond these problems, analysts are concerned on whether or not Toyota will be able to build back its reputation as a reliable car-manufacturer.

    Recalls such as these devastate a company and could sometimes prove to be the grave of many as well. The relatively large Toyota driving population in Arcadia will noticeably affect Toyota's reputation on a wide-scale. Not only in Arcadia, but throughout the United States of America.

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    Joanna Liao

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    Re: Toyota Recall

    Post  Joanna Liao on Sun Feb 07, 2010 7:55 pm

    EDIT 1 (:

    Toyota's recall has consumers all over the United States of America (US) going mad. Sudden acceleration problems (reword: problems) along with other problems with the hardware installed into the car (cars) forced Toyota to call a (an) absolute recall of all the covered cars. Other companies, such as Audi, have also had major-scale problems and had (have) been forced to recall all of their released car models that were causing trouble. Yet these same companies that went through years of public uncertainty relating to the quality of their products have jumped back up and became strong in the auto-business once again.

    Toyota car dealers are estimated to experience a humongous drop of 75% in sales of 2010 if the freezes in certain car model sales is (are) to continue. To teens, average-quality car dealers have provided them and their parents and their parents (LOL grandparents?) and such with cars that were not too expensive and not altogether a piece of junk (awk). Dealers like Toyota, Ford, and Hyundai come to mind when thinking of these qualities in a car.

    With Toyota out of question due to their embarrassing full recall of their cars, how long will it take for them to retain their known reputation as a trusted car company? The reputation that Toyota painstakingly and meticulously stacked up has collapsed with their gas-pedal disaster. Toyota had to recall approximately 2.3 million cars so far, exchanging faulty parts with new, functional ones—yet still more cars are expected.

    Toyota officials seem on top of things, despite the bedlam and distrust it has gained from its customers virtually overnight. This Japan-originated vehicle company is starting a public relations initiative in which it will assure its customers that it is on top of things, and that the problem is only one that is very, very, rare.

    The consequences of this enormous-scale recall are many. First of all, its reputation is undoubtedly scarred for what will be an estimated few tragic years for the company. Also, car values for these automobiles experiencing malfunctions are still in question. Will they retain the same value? The impact on their car values still remains unknown. Thirdly, will any customers in the near future return to purchase used or new car models from this insecure car dealer? Beyond these problems, analysts are concerned on whether or not Toyota will be able to build back its reputation as a reliable car-manufacturer.

    Recalls such as these devastate a company and could sometimes prove to be the grave of many as well. The relatively large Toyota driving population in Arcadia will noticeably affect Toyota's reputation on a wide-scale. Not only in Arcadia, but throughout the United States of America (awk).

    justinpark

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    Re: Toyota Recall

    Post  justinpark on Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:15 pm

    Toyota's recall has consumers all over the US going mad. Sudden acceleration along with other problems with the hardware installed into the cars forced Toyota to call an absolute recall of all the covered cars. Other companies, such as Audi, have also had major-scale problems and have been forced to recall all of their released car models that were causing trouble. Yet these same companies that went through years of public uncertainty relating to the quality of their products have jumped back up and became strong in the auto-business once again.

    Toyota car dealers are estimated to experience a humongous drop of 75% in sales of 2010 if the freezes in certain car model sales are to continue. Average-quality car dealers have provided teens with cars that are neither expensive nor are they unreliable. Dealers like Toyota, Ford, and Hyundai come to mind when thinking of these qualities in a car.

    With Toyota out of question due to their embarrassing full recall of their cars, how long will it take for them to retain their known reputation as a trusted car company? The reputation that Toyota painstakingly and meticulously stacked up has collapsed with their gas-pedal disaster. Toyota had to recall approximately 2.3 million cars so far, exchanging faulty parts with new, functional ones—yet still more cars are expected.

    Toyota officials seem on top of things, despite the bedlam and distrust it has gained from its customers virtually overnight. This Japan-originated vehicle company is starting a public relations initiative in which it will assure its customers that it is on top of things, and that the problem is only one that is very, very, rare.

    The consequences of this enormous-scale recall are many. First of all, its reputation is undoubtedly scarred for what will be an estimated few tragic years for the company. Also, car values for these automobiles experiencing malfunctions are still in question. Will they retain the same value? The impact on their car values still remains unknown. Thirdly, will any customers in the near future return to purchase used or new car models from this insecure car dealer? Beyond these problems, analysts are concerned on whether or not Toyota will be able to build back its reputation as a reliable car-manufacturer.

    Recalls such as these devastate a company and could sometimes prove to be the grave of many as well. The relatively large Toyota driving population in Arcadia will noticeably affect Toyota's reputation on a wide-scale—not only in Arcadia, but throughout the United States of America.

    Joanna Liao

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    Join date : 2009-09-01
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    Re: Toyota Recall

    Post  Joanna Liao on Mon Feb 08, 2010 6:32 pm

    Toyota's recall has consumers all over the US going mad. Sudden acceleration along with other problems with the hardware installed into the cars forced Toyota to call an absolute recall of all the covered cars. Other companies, such as Audi, have also had major-scale problems and have been forced to recall all of their released car models that were causing trouble. Yet these same companies that went through years of public uncertainty relating to the quality of their products have jumped back up and became strong in the auto-business once again.

    Toyota car dealers are estimated to experience a humongous drop of 75% in sales of 2010 if the freezes in certain car model sales are to continue (awk). Average-quality car dealers have provided teens with cars that are neither expensive nor are they unreliable. Dealers like Toyota, Ford, and Hyundai come to mind when thinking of these qualities in a car.

    With Toyota out of question (comma) due to their embarrassing full recall of their cars, how long will it take for them to retain their known reputation as a trusted car company? The reputation that Toyota painstakingly and meticulously stacked up has collapsed with their gas-pedal disaster. Toyota had to recall approximately 2.3 million cars so far, exchanging faulty parts with new, functional ones—yet still more cars are expected.

    Toyota officials seem on top of things, despite the bedlam and distrust it has gained from its customers virtually overnight. This Japan-originated vehicle company is starting a public relations initiative in which it will assure its customers that it is on top of things, (no comma) and that the problem is only one that is very, very, rare.

    The consequences of this enormous-scale recall are many. First of all, its reputation is undoubtedly scarred for what will be an estimated few tragic years for the company. Also, car values for these automobiles experiencing malfunctions are still in question. Will they retain the same value? The impact on their car values still remains unknown. Thirdly, will any customers in the near future return to purchase used or new car models from this insecure car dealer? Beyond these problems, analysts are concerned on whether or not Toyota will be able to build back its reputation as a reliable car-manufacturer.

    Recalls such as these devastate a company and could sometimes prove to be the grave of many as well. The relatively large Toyota driving population in Arcadia will noticeably affect Toyota's reputation on a wide-scale — not only in Arcadia, but throughout the United States of America (lol so melodramatic: US).

    justinpark

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    Re: Toyota Recall

    Post  justinpark on Tue Feb 09, 2010 12:38 am

    By: Justin Park

    Toyota's automobile recall has consumers all over the US going mad. Sudden acceleration along with other problems with the hardware installed into the cars forced Toyota to call an absolute recall of all the cars covered by Toyota. Other companies, such as Audi, have also had major-scale problems and have been forced to recall all of their released car models that were causing trouble. Yet these same companies that went through years of public uncertainty relating to the quality of their products have jumped back up and became strong in the auto-business once again.

    Analysts say that Toyota car dealers are estimated to experience a drastic drop of 75% in sales of 2010 if the freezes in certain car model sales is to continue. Average-quality car dealers have provided teens with cars that are neither expensive nor are they unreliable. Dealers like Toyota, Ford, and Hyundai come to mind when thinking of these qualities in a car.

    With Toyota out of question, due to their embarrassing full recall of their cars, how long will it take for them to retain their known reputation as a trusted car company? The reputation that Toyota painstakingly and meticulously stacked up has collapsed with their gas-pedal disaster. Toyota had to recall approximately 2.3 million cars so far, exchanging faulty parts with new, functional ones—yet still more cars are expected.

    Toyota officials seem on top of things, despite the bedlam and distrust it has gained from its customers virtually overnight. This Japan-originated vehicle company is starting a public relations initiative in which it will assure its customers that it is on top of things and that the problem is only one that is very, very, rare.

    The consequences of this all-out recall are many. First of all, its reputation is undoubtedly scarred for what will be an estimated few unsuccessful years for the company. Also, car values for these automobiles experiencing malfunctions are still in question. Will they retain the same value? Analysts are unsure about the results. Thirdly, will any customers in the near future return to purchase used or new car models from this unsecure car manufacturer? Beyond these problems, analysts are concerned on whether or not Toyota will be able to build back its reputation as a reliable car-manufacturer.

    Citizens are definitely affected by this sudden recall. When asked whether or not his trust in Toyota was shaken, sophomore Andrew Wang said, "Definitely, and I would think most people would say the same, after hearing about the fatalities. Toyota is obviously in deep trouble right now, and its reputation will take a while to build up again. They won't be able to avoid losing customers right now, especially people of our age who are choosing their first cars, but sooner or later they will recover and regain their reputation, depending on how quickly they can fix the problems and get production of safe cars up and running again."

    Recalls such as these devastate a company and could sometimes prove to be the death of many as well. The relatively large Toyota driving population in Arcadia will noticeably affect Toyota's reputation on a wide-scale — not only in Arcadia, but throughout the US.

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    The Calamitous Recall

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