Which Toyota models are being recalled in 2019?

14 recalls for 11 Toyota models in 2019


In 2019, Toyota announced 14 recalls involving 11 models through the EU Rapex system. Toyota ProAce had the most defects, while Yaris the most recalls.


We’ve sorted all 2019 recalls according to the model into a table below.

Toyota’s most failing car is still the ProAce van produced in France. In 2019, there were three more recalls with nine new faults to solve.

In August, Toyota recalled the Camry, RAV4 and Prius models manufactured between April to June 2019 due to a possible failure of the brake booster pump.



The accessory leather seat covers for the Auris, C-HR, Hilux and Prius models produced between 2014 to 2019 will not tear as designed in the event of an airbag deployment. As a result, the cover could prevent the seat-mounted side airbag from deploying properly.

The RAV4 and Corolla models (7/2018 – 4/2019) may not have properly installed the emergency calling system.

We’ve written about some problems in more detail in separate articles.


Toyota recalls in 2019 by model

Toyota Auris

Month Issue Production Source
V. The gas generator on the driver side frontal airbag may be defective. 1/2010 – 12/2017 link
XI. The accessory seat cover kit may not be installed correctly. 2014 – 2019 link
All Auris Recalls

Toyota Avensis

Month Issue Production Source
IX. The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator may degrade. 2001 – 2011 link
All Avensis Recalls

Toyota Avensis Verso

Month Issue Production Source
IX. The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator may degrade. 2001 – 2009 link
All Avensis Recalls

Toyota Camry

Month Issue Production Source
VIII. The brake booster pump motor may stop working. 4/2019 – 6/2019 link
All Camry´s Recalls

Toyota C-HR

Month Issue Production Source
XI. The accessory seat cover kit may not be installed correctly. 2014 – 2019 link
All C-HR´s Recalls

Toyota Corolla

Month Issue Production Source
V. The emergency calling system may not be correctly installed. 7/2018 – 4/2019 link
IX. The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator may degrade. 2001 – 2011 link
All Corolla´s Recalls

Toyota Hilux

Month Issue Production Source
V. The gas generator on the driver side frontal airbag may be defective. 1/2015 – 11/2018 link
XI. The accessory seat cover kit may not be installed correctly. 2014 – 2019 link
All Hilux´s Recalls

Toyota Prius

Month Issue Production Source
VIII. The brake booster pump motor may stop working. 4/2019 – 6/2019 link
XI. The accessory seat cover kit may not be installed correctly. 2014 – 2019 link
All Prius Recalls

Toyota ProAce

Month Issue Production Source
I. 3 faults MY 2016 – 2018 link
VIII. The seat belt on the front passenger seat may unbuckle unintentionally. 3/2016 – 2/2019 link
XII. 5 faults MY 2016 – 2019 link
All ProAce´s Recalls

Toyota RAV4

Month Issue Production Source
V. The emergency calling system may not be correctly installed. 7/2018 – 4/2019 link
V. The gas generator on the driver side frontal airbag may be defective. 1/2015 – 11/2018 link
VIII. The brake booster pump motor may stop working. 4/2019 – 6/2019 link
All RAV4´s Recalls

Toyota Yaris

Month Issue Production Source
V. The wire harnesses of the side airbag sensors could crack and the wires may corrode. 7/2014 – 2/2017 link
V. The gas generator on the driver side frontal airbag may be defective. 1/2010 – 11/2018 link
VII. Defective soldering may cause a transistor to separate from the circuit board of the DC-DC converter. 2/2018 – 4/2019 link
IX. The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator may degrade. 2001 – 2011 link
All Yaris Recalls

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