TOYOTA is recalling more than 2.4 million of its hybrid cars – including more than 8000 sold here in Australia – over a software bug that could cause crashes.
The global recall covers Prius and Auris models produced between October 2008 and November 2014 and affects 8,476 vehicles sold in Australia. See the chart below.
In a statement, Toyota said some vehicles could fail to enter a “failsafe” mode in the event of a fault with the hybrid system, which could cause vehicles to lose power and stall.
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Vehicles sold in Japan, America, Europe, China, Africa, and other regions are also affected.