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2007 BMW 328i Sports Pkg, 1993 Honda Accord EXR (my 33rd car).
Sometimes the car company decides it's smarter not to fight.
"Toyota Motor (TM) has learned to say “uncle” when it comes to sudden-acceleration claims. Just a few weeks ago, the giant Japanese carmaker was still talking tough in public about fighting hundreds of lawsuits alleging that its vehicles were prone to accelerate without warning, causing injuries and deaths. Not anymore."
“Despite nearly three years of litigating this case and unprecedented access to Toyota’s source code, plaintiff’s counsel have never replicated unintended acceleration in a Toyota vehicle and have failed to demonstrate that any alleged defect actually caused” accidents, she told me. But pretrial rulings by Judge Selna apparently made Toyota reconsider.
Toyota Adds Relief for Buyers Hurt by Government Shutdown (Business Week)
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