Toyota says had complaints on latest Prius brakes

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it’s North American and Japanese dealers had established several dozen complaints about what drivers characterized as deficient braking on its new Prius hybrid car when driving over bumpy or frozen roads.

Toyota received the first information of the Prius complaints previous December, an orator in Tokyo said, adding that it was investigating the problem. She said there had been no reports to Toyota about any accidents associated to the matter.

The third-generation Prius has become a core volume-seller for the world's largest automaker, and is currently Japan's top-selling model. Including second-generation models, Toyota sold 404,000 Prius cars internationally last year.

In Europe, where the automaker has sold 29,000 new generation Prius cars as its launch last summer, Toyota Motor Europe has not had any complaints, a spokeswoman for Toyota Motor Europe said.

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