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When cars go wrong - the worst recalls revealed

Motoring Research Logo By gavinbraithwaitesmith of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 34: Recalls are still a common occurrence, too. Earlier this month, Toyota announced it would be recalling 1.67 million cars amid concerns over faulty brake installations and fuel component issues. It’s just the latest in a series of recalls that have affected many carmakers in 2014 - and in a separate issue, sister company Lexus announced it’s recalling 759,000 cars across the world after discovering a fault with the fuel pipes. Click on to read about more modern car recalls.

Toyota and Lexus: brake problems and fire risk

Recalls are still a common occurrence, too. Earlier this month, Toyota announced it would be recalling 1.67 million cars amid concerns over faulty brake installations and fuel component issues. It’s just the latest in a series of recalls that have affected many carmakers in 2014 - and in a separate issue, sister company Lexus announced it’s recalling 759,000 cars across the world after discovering a fault with the fuel pipes. Click on to read about more modern car recalls.
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