Tundra News Archive

  1. 2018

    1. October

    2. September

    3. July

  2. 2017

    1. January

      • Watch your step, Tundra owners!

        “Toyota is recalling 73,000 Tundra trucks for step bumpers that may break when stepped on. Affected are 2016-2017 Toyota Tundra trucks equipped with rear ...

      • There’s a settlement on the horizon for owners of Toyota trucks with rusted out frames that are so holey, they make the Pope blush.

        “The rusted frame class-action lawsuit may cost Toyota...

  3. 2016

    1. November

      • It’s the season to be thankful – for family, for health, for leftover turkey sandwiches. And if that wasn’t enough, Toyota owners now have another reason: Toyota might have to shell out some ser...

    2. June

      • A minor label issue is about to become a major pain in the butt for 2,500 Toyota and Scion owners.

        Why do automakers bother with recalls about stickers? Because of federal law:

        “...

      • How hot do you like your seat heater in the winter? If you like it really toasty — as in, with an actual flame — you’ll probably love one of 7,700 Toyota vehicles with seat heaters that catch on...

  4. 2015

    1. May

  5. 2014

    1. September

      • Toyota thought the scourge of unintended acceleration was finally behind them. They had, after all, recalled millions of cars, paid hefty fines to the government, entered talks to settle hundred...

      • The 2014 Toyota Tundra has garnish problems and I’m not talking about parsley. Toyota says the garnish on the center pillars wasn’t installed properly and may affect how the side-curtain airbag ...

    2. June

      • Last April, Toyota was involved in a worldwide recall of over 3 million vehicles with defective airbag inflators from parts supplier Takata. The inflators have been rupturing and sending hot shr...

  6. 2013

    1. May

      • Toyota is taking part in a massive 3-million vehicle recall of inflators that can explode and send shards of metal throughout the cabin during an airbag deployment.

        Takata said the prope...