In the wake of a massive recall announced last week, Toyota is suspending U.S. sales of several models.
The sales suspension includes late model Corolla, Matrix, Avalon, Camry, Highlander, Rav-4, Tundra, and Sequoia vehicles.
The Japanese automaker recalled the vehicles in order to fix problems that could cause accelerator pedals to stick.
Toyota is also halting production the week of February first at five manufacturing facilities.
The recall involves over two million vehicles. That's just months after Toyota recalled more than four million vehicles due to gas pedals that could
become stuck under floor mats causing the vehicles to accelerate.
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