The Toyota Avalon is a familiar sight on American roads. This roomy sedan delivers power, modern features and Toyota design to American drivers. However, the Toyota Avalon is one of the models that have come under scrutiny as massive Toyota recalls reveal safety problems with cars and trucks from the Japanese automaker.
A look at the history of the Toyota Avalon shows that two previous recalls in years past focused on Avalon models. Toyota Avalon models were recalled several years ago for issues related to airbags and the steering column. In these recalls, just a few thousand Toyota Avalon cars were affected.
Current recalls for the Toyota Avalon are related to sudden acceleration. Drivers report that occasionally vehicles continue to accelerate when the driver is not depressing the gas pedal. These claims have led to an intense effort to find the cause behind any sudden acceleration in Toyota Avalon cars and other Toyota models. The Toyota Company first blamed floor mats and gas pedals, but is now doing more research to pinpoint the causes of the sudden acceleration issue.
As Toyota safety issues continue to command headlines, many drivers are looking for a Toyota Avalon Recall accident lawyer to build claims against the auto manufacturer when they have been injured in a runaway Toyota Avalon situation. If you have been injured in a recalled Toyota Avalon, talk to Toyota recall accident lawyer James O. Cunningham about your options. This skilled Toyota Avalon Recall accident attorney can advise you on your potential rights to compensation for injuries and damages incurred. Those seeking assistance can call 877-FL-INJURY or fill out a form online to get quick, professional service.
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