Toyota announced a huge recall of 310,000 units of their FJ Cruiser SUVs. The recall was due to a seat belt problem. The safety belt could potentially fail depends on how the passenger and the driver positions themselves in the vehicle seats. This could be dangerous especially in sudden brakes or light bumps. Majority of the SUVs recalled are from the United States, SUVs sold in other countries are included in this massive recall.
The car maker made the announcement in a press release, citing a problem about the passenger and the driver seat belts which . . . → Read More: Toyota FJ Cruisers Recalled due to Seat Belt Problems