Would You Buy a Toyota?

Since last fall, accelerator problems have forced Toyota to recall more than six million of its vehicles, severely tarnishing the reputation of the popular Japanese automaker and leading to major drops in its stock price. Yet some American drivers are still heading to Toyota showrooms with plans to buy a car or truck.

"Everybody makes mistakes. It's not going to stop me from driving Toyotas again," 26-year-old Marlon Hilario told the Los Angeles Times.

Would you consider buying a Toyota? Have you purchased one since the recalls were announced? Please share your story below and include your name, town and a daytime phone number. An ABCNews.com producer may contact you for more information or an excerpt of your message may be used in future news pieces.


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