Toyota to recall 2012 to 2015 models

Another day, and another car recall, this time from Toyota. The Japanese carmaker has announced it is recalling 112,500 vehicles, 110,000 of which are for the gasoline and hybrid versions of the 2015 Camry and Highlander, along with the 2014 -2015 RAV4. The remaining 2,500 models affect the RAV4 EV, which were built between 2012 and 2015.

Toyota to recall 2012 to 2015 models

The reason for yet more recalls from Toyota is due to an issue with a circuit board, which is thought to have been damaged during the manufacturing process. There is a possibility that a bad circuit could mean the loss of power steering, which would mean drivers would have to use manual steering instead.

This problem is rather similar to that of the Hyundai Elantra, however, a warning light on the instrument cluster will warn you of the loss of power steering, so at least you will be prepared.

We do not know when Toyota is to start the recall, but we cannot see it being too quick, seeing as though the company is to write to owners with affected models, which as we know is a lot slower than sending out emails.

If you would like more details, then please visit the dedicated Toyota recall page. Please share your Toyota car problems here.