PHOENIX â€“ While it may seem just another of Toyota Motor Corp.â€™s typical product innovations, the new Center Stow Seat in the â€™08 Highlander cross/utility vehicle represents much more than that. The feature actually was born out of a larger initiative aimed at better meeting customer needs and desires, while at the same time shoring up the auto makerâ€™s slipping quality. Toyota has been scarred by negative reports highlighting its ballooning number of recalls, and it admits to falling ...
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