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Old 3rd February 2008, 11:44   #16
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@ashutoshb: Yes, I do agree that recalls happen in every country. But in India just count how many of them have recalled their vehicles and have done this kind of job. Of course, the no. of cases might be few.

@indian21r: They are not wrong manufacturers and they have proved it many a times and every body in the world knows it.

@1100D: Yes, you are right. We should not take this as Toyota is replacing the nuts. But it is their fault of putting thw wrong part and sending it to market.

But what matters most is the recalling of cars and then servicing free of cost and accepting that there was a mistake in their assembly.
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2005 innovas were compulsive smokers, including mine, anyone faced this problem?, i am going to take it up in my 45 k service
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