Toyota Prius recall in 2014 failed to fix problem, lawsuit says, may have cut mileage

By [email protected] (John Voelcker) Early in 2014, Toyota filed a voluntary recall notice with the NHTSA to fix a defect in roughly 800,000 third-generation Prius Liftback hybrids sold in the U.S. from 2010 through 2014. The company said it would make unspecified changes to software that controlled the vehicle’s inverter, which varies the voltage in the vehicle’s hybrid system…

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