In light of the mechanical defect issues at Toyota, here are some of the other commercial slogans they probably wish they hadn't created:
The best built cars in the world.
I love what you do for me – Toyota!
And, irony fully present, my personal favorite:
Your new experience of motoring.
Ok, so maybe I'm still bitter because I tried to get Toyota to hire me as a consultant a few times last decade (they're in Torrance, which is fairly close to where I lived at the time) to no avail. Nah, it can't be that, since I drive a Toyota now – although thankfully, not one of the models subject to recall.
Maybe there was something to the claims made by Biller, after all. From my post September 4th, 2009:
"We won't know more details about this for a while, but it's one to
watch. My immediate thoughts are, 1) Plaintiff had better have some
convincing evidence to back up his claims and 2) Toyota had better hope
Why do I think this is going to become a lead federal spoliation case somewhere down the road? [Sorry, I couldn't help myself. There had to be at least one automobile-related pun in here somewhere] Not only that, there's the cross-over to the attorney's ethical obligations that I discussed in my prior post.
Yes, I wanted to make a catchy closing sentence, but I've already used up my one-pun allocation.