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24Toyota Recalls: 3.2M down, 4.6M to go!

Somehow, we're guessing that the "any publicity is good publicity" cliche isn't ringing particularly true with Toyota these days. That said, we do have to give some props to the automaker for being open about the current state of its recent recall woes. According to Toyota, roughly 3.2 million of its many recall notices have been fulfilled.

39More Toyota accidents allegedly caused by sudden acceleration occur in Wisconsin, Canada

The past few days have seen a new rash of stories about Toyotas run amok. First, a 2009 Venza struck a house in Hamilton, Ontario. According to The Hamilton Spectator, the driver said he lost control of the vehicle after experiencing uncontrolled acceleration. While 2009-2010 Venzas were recalled for the infamous floor-mat issue, police have yet to determine whether the Hamilton incident was a result of faulty hardware or driver error. No one was injured.

58Report: 100 cases of death possibly caused by Toyota unintended acceleration

The Los Angeles Times scoured public records and discovered that the number of deaths possibly linked to Toyota's unintended acceleration issue could top more than 100 – twice the amount previously reported earlier this year.

22Report: California prosecutor sues Toyota, alleges automaker ignored defects

The hits keep on coming for Toyota, with reports of unintended acceleration multiplying like rabbits with aphrodisiacs and grandstanding of all sorts going on at every level. Orange County, California District Attorney Tony Rackauckas has added another layer to the cake with a lawsuit alleging Toyota sold cars it knew had problems.

41Toyota makes top 10 of World's Most Admired Companies list

Historically, Toyota has been the automaker with the Midas touch... everything it did seemed to turn to gold. But, in light of Toyota's recent safety and recall woes, if you were compiling a short list of companies that you admire today – as in right now – would the Big Red T make the cut?

7Autoblog Podcast #167 - Excitement builds for Geneva

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48Toyoda officially invited to attend House Oversight Commitee meeting on Toyota safety - UPDATE: Guess who's coming to D.C.?

Just yesterday, Toyota Motor Company's president Akio Toyoda (yep, the grandson of the company's founder) indicated that he had no intention of attending a February 24 Congressional hearing before the House Oversight Committee. Instead, Toyoda said that Yoshimi Inaba, president of Toyota's operations in North America, will appear on behalf of of the automaker.

AddClass action lawsuit filed on behalf of Prius, Lexus hybrid owners

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AddCar buyers looking for bargain deals on possibly problematic Prius?

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3Autoblog Podcast #164 - Return of the Lieberman

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