Originally Posted by Stargeezer
Hey Brian, might you be comparing GM's latest "safety tweak" to ETI's production record?
No. You are mistaken. I'm talking about option availability, body panel and interior changes (usually at a "refresh" or "facelift" after about two model years), and mechanical changes.
For an example of the latter, my first-year-of-model Toyota Sienna had a couple of changes soon after production, including the construction of the radiator and installation method for a power steering hose - both passed extensive testing and posed no problem for the vast majority of owners, but a few had problems so these components were changed.