How can you find information about Toyota car models on the recall list?


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Toyota.com provides information about the car models that Toyota has voluntarily recalled from 2009 to 2015. The list includes the car's model, model year, reasons for the recall and the affected regions or countries.

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The list may include Toyota cars recalled due to the orders of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Check the NHTSA's Office of Defects Investigation's recall list on SaferCar.gov for lists of recalled vehicles from Toyota. The list compiles all the recalled vehicles from Toyota and other automakers since 1967.

Vehicle valuation sites, such as Edmunds.com and MotorTrend.com, also provide lists of recently recalled Toyota cars within the United States. Edmunds.com features a list of all recalled car models that Toyota has manufactured, while MotorTrend.com allows users to search recalls by model as well as research a used car model's up-to-date recall information from the NHTSA.

Toyota.com also features a recall history search tool, allowing a car owner to determine whether his car has been subjected to a voluntary or forced recall. Upon entering the car's vehicle identification number, the car owner may also find out if his car has incomplete repairs related to the recall order. The site releases information about Toyota, Lexus and Scion cars intended for sale in the United States since 1999.

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