Settlement compensates owners for things like lost wages or child care while they were taking their vehicle in for the recall repair.
Voluntary early retirement and separation packages will be offered to about 15,300 workers, including 600 in Canada.
Members of the service can use a smartphone app to unlock access to the automaker’s vehicles for up to 28 days.
$2.3 billion sale also includes GM’s European auto financing arm.
Automaker says disclosing further results of the probe would expose it to “unacceptable legal risks.”
Of major automakers, only Hyundai and Volkswagen reported increases.
Parts of the factory date to 1886 when the facility was used by Flint Road Cart Co. to build horse-drawn carriages.
Attorney says ruling exposes automaker to around 1,000 additional lawsuits and liabilities up to $10 billion.
Vehicles were programmed to turn on pollution controls during testing and off while on the road.
Profit forecast for the full year remains unchanged at between 6% and 7% return on sales.
Recall covers Impreza cars from the 2017 model year.
Manufacturing output fell 0.4%, led by a 3% drop in the production of motor vehicles and parts.
A pickup truck offering will follow within two years.
Retooling will sustain 8,200 jobs at the facility, where about 25% of all Toyota vehicles produced in NA are made.
The region of Lanaudiere, north of Montreal, has the highest per capita electric car ownership in Quebec.