- Consumer Reports says Toyota (NYSE:TM) should recall ~178K older Camry hybrid sedans to address potential power brake defects.
- The influential consumer magazine says TM's decision to call for a service campaign or warranty extension on two different problems covering cars from model years 2007-11 does not go far enough.
- The NHTSA has opened a preliminary evaluation probe into ~30K Camry hybrid sedans from model years 2007 and 2008 after receiving complaints of intermittent loss of assisted braking, resulting in increased stopping distances.
Brake problems on Camry hybrids warrant a recall, Consumer Reports says
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