Toyota 2022 recall: About 460,000 cars need software glitch fixed

Toyota recalls approximately 460,000 cars in the United States due to a software issue that can disable a vehicle’s electronic stability control system.

Toyota told the Associated Press that when vehicles are restarted, the software may in rare cases not automatically put the vehicle in “running” mode.

The recall affects vehicles manufactured between 2020 and 2022, under Toyota models such as the Venza, Mirai, RAV4 Prime, RAV4 Hybrid, Highlander Hybrid and Sienna Hybrid.

Toyota’s luxury brand, Lexus, is also affected by the recall. Lexus models affected by the recall include the LS500h, NX350h, LX600 and NX450h-plus.

All owners will be notified by mid-June of the recall. Dealers will run a software update to resolve the issue.

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