An Associated Press-GfK poll revealed that slightly more Americans now say the U.S. makes better-quality vehicles than Asia.
Toyota named a top U.S. executive to head North American quality task force, as automaker looks to beef up quality controls following millions of vehicle recalls.
Beijing urging its automakers to upgrade quality and set up accountable recall systems to handle defects in the wake of Toyota's recent recalls.
Another five people have reported problems to the NHTSA's complaint database, describing surges of speed that came without warning.
Automaker repairing more than 1.6 million vehicles around the world for potentially leaky oil hoses -- the latest in a spate of quality problems.
Automaker’s chief executive apologized to customers in China for quality problems and emphasized the importance of the fast-growing market to Toyota.
India's largest pharmaceutical company returned to profit for December quarter amid ongoing investigations into quality of its generic medicines by the FDA.
Influential magazine named Honda and Subaru best all-around vehicle makers in its annual auto issue, marking fourth consecutive year Honda won top marks.
In a move to increase safety and boost the quality of its vehicles, Toyota will install a brake override system in all newly produced models worldwide.
Toyota workers from across the country were flown to Washington at company expense to fight Tuesday for their employer's reputation.
Japanese automaker is counting on a trusted veteran with ample U.S. experience, Yoshimi Inaba, when Toyota’s recall problems are scrutinized by Congress later this week.
Toyota never enjoyed same level of success in Europe as the United States, largely because the European market is still dominated by many national manufacturers.
Automaker’s British arm said it received reports of problems with ‘stiff’ gas pedals in November 2008, a year before more serious faults appeared with ‘sticking’ accelerators.
Automaker’s fix for gas pedal problem that led to recall of millions of cars has not come soon enough to prevent consumer backlash that is battering its sales.
Automaker has launched a media campaign to bolster its reputation for quality as nervous customers confront dealers across the country about faulty gas pedal systems.
FDA said Japan-based Nipro Medical Corp. has voluntarily recalled 2 million medical needles because of a risk they can push silicone into patients’ bodies.
Drug developer suspended production at its Jiangsu Yanshen Biological Technology unit to conduct an internal inspection following the discovery of quality control problems.
Automaker is suing a supplier of steering assemblies, claiming it’s costing tens of millions of dollars to repair shaky steering columns in its vehicles.
Only a small percentage of buyers returned vehicles under a 60-day money back guarantee promotion and GM executives are calling them to find out why they weren’t satisfied.
Federal studies released Thursday cannot yet definitively link imported Chinese drywall to health problems or corrosion of pipes and wires that U.S. homeowners have been reporting.
Consumer Reports' 2009 car and truck reliability survey was dominated by Asian brands, but several Ford models were as dependable or better than the industry's best.
Out of 400 vehicles, just 15 have been returned in the four days since customers could begin doing so as part of General Motors’ heavily advertised money-back guarantee program.
U.S. health regulators have warned drugmaker that inspectors uncovered testing problems at the company’s plant in Berghamen, Germany, during a March visit.
General Motors Co. said rollout of its new 2010 Buick LaCrosse is being delayed for a few weeks as it works out unspecified 'quality issues.'