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Floormat1A post about Toyota’s latest round of recalls for floormat entrapment issues was our most-read story of the week. This comes after a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and NASA study found there were no issues with the electronic throttle involved in Toyota’s unintended acceleration complaints. The floormat recall affects nearly 2 million vehicles, including popular models like the Toyota RAV4 and Highlander models. Check out the full post below for more details:

1.  Toyota Recalls 2 Million More Cars for Pedal Issues 
2.  2012 Honda Civic: First Look 
3.  New BMW Brand Coming Monday 
4.  Cars.com Reviews the 2011 Hyundai Equus 
5.  Ford Developing 40 MPG Hybrid F-150

By Colin Bird | February 26, 2011 | Comments (1)

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Ken

I wonder whats the update on this Toyota recalls, they seem to be back in the market again.

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