US: Toyota US unit "strongly objects" to NHTSA claims
Toyota Motor Sales USA (TMS) has said it "strongly objects to allegations that Toyota 'planted' a news story in the Wall Street Journal regarding NHTSA investigations into unintended acceleration", as an NHTSA spokeswoman last week claimed in a telephone interview with just-auto.
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