Toyota Motor Corp said its North American and Japanese dealers had received several dozen complaints concerning what drivers characterized as insufficient braking on its new Prius hybrid car when driving over bumpy or frozen roads.
Toyota received the first reports of the Prius complaints last December.
The third-generation Prius has become a core volume-seller for the world’s biggest automaker, and is now Japan’s top-selling model. Including second-generation models, Toyota sold 404,000 Prius cars globally last year.
In Europe, where the automaker has sold 29,000 new generation Prius cars since its launch last summer, Toyota Motor Europe has not had any complaints, a spokeswoman for Toyota Motor Europe said.
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