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Toyota Recalls 340,000 Priuses Because They Could Roll Away, 'Injuries And Deaths' Reported

Toyota just recalled 340,000 examples of its questionably-styled new Prius because the cable-controlled foot-brake might not work. And that’d be a big problem on an incline, where the little sedan’s low rolling resistance tires and slick drag coefficient would turn this thing into a rolling hybrid of destruction. Read more...
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