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Bloomberg survey says Americans turning away from Toyota, liking Ford

by Jonny Lieberman (RSS feed) on Mar 26th, 2010 at 3:23PM

For the past generation or so Toyota has been synonymous with two things: Selling more passenger cars than anybody else (Camry, Corolla) and quality. Sure, there have been a few other themes associated with ToMoCo (green hybrids, not ready for prime-time full-size trucks), but for the most part, ubiquitousness and reliability have been the big selling points. Then came a particularly nasty case of sudden acceleration. Bloomberg reports that four out of 10 Americans say they would "definitely not buy a Toyota." Compounding matters is another part of the Bloomberg survey that reveals a... Read More

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