In Feb. 2010, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a probe into 2009 and 2010 Toyota Corolla models following 168 complaints due to concerns from drivers that the car overreacted to small steering inputs or required too much effort to keep in a lane.
The NHTSA has now concluded its investigation and said that it has found nothing wrong with the steering in the Toyota Corolla models.
“The alleged defect is driver-related ‘preference’ for a less sensitive on-center steering feel,” the NHTSA. It said that it concluded there was no actual defect in the cars themselves.
– By: Omar Rana