A Toyota Camrys was one of the most popular car models of the past decade, with more than 20 million sold in just four years.
But it seems that the model may be ending its run in the U.S. due to a series of recalls, including the recall of the Toyota Camaro.
Toyota said on Thursday that it was recalling more than 100,000 Camrys worldwide.
Toyota also said it is recalling a total of 1.3 million Camrys from the U, Canada, and Mexico.
The recall is in addition to the recall it announced last month for Toyota’s Corolla hatchback.
Toyota is asking owners of older Camrys to take advantage of a free replacement.
The Camry is equipped with a battery-powered computer and a navigation system that are not compatible with the new Toyota Corolla.
The system is expected to be replaced with an electronic version, according to Toyota.
It also recommends using a different tire size and an alternate tire for your Camry.
The car’s automatic headlights will not work if the car is not in motion, and the front and rear turn signals are not functional, according a Toyota representative.
The company said it would replace the Camrys at a price of $50,000, but it did not specify a new price for the recall.
Toyota’s recall of Corollas has not been officially announced, but the company said on Twitter that the recall is for a defect in the engine and transmission.
The problem is that a defect or misapplication of this part can cause an electrical or mechanical failure, and can result in vehicle loss, engine damage or loss of control.
Toyota does not know the number of vehicles affected.
The Toyota Camaros were introduced in the late 1990s and are among the most affordable vehicles in the country.
The new CorollAs, which has a 3.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, starts at $30,000.
Toyota, however, said the recall does not cover all Corolla models.
It is not immediately clear if the new Corolla, which is expected in the fourth quarter, is connected to the older models.