The Japanese automaker is tightening its quality control methods in a campaign to reduce a spate of recalls that could erode the company’s reputation.So, what's the deal here? Is it that Toyota's quality has slipped so much that it's saying, "Hold up! These here vehicles are so bad, let's so selling them and fix them?" or is this an example of a corporation being a good neighbor by saying, "You can't borrow the lawn mower until I get it fixed"?
“We try to affirm each process,” Watanabe said at a demonstration of safety features west of Tokyo. “And in that process, some may be delayed, and some may be on time.”
Heck if we know. What do you think?