Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) will recall 688,314 Camry and other sedans made at its two China joint ventures from Tuesday, its largest recall in the country, to fix a faulty electric switch to the window.
The recall included 384,736 Camry models made by Toyota's joint venture in south China with Guangzhou Auto between May 15, 2006 and Dec. 31, 2008, China's quality watchdog said on its website.
A total of 22,767 Yaris compact cars made by the same venture between May 15 and Dec. 31 of last year will also be recalled, the statement said.
The list also included 35,523 Vios cars made at its joint venture with FAW between Feb. 18 and Dec. 25 of 2008 and 245,288 Corolla models made at the venture from May 17, 2007 to Dec. 25 of 2008, it said.
A spokesman for Toyota's China operations said he had received no reports of casualties or accidents linked with the defect.
Guangzhou Auto is the parent of Hong Kong-listed Denway Motors (0203.HK).
($1=6.826 Yuan) (Reporting by Fang Yan and Jacqueline Wong)