Toyota lost its top ranking as the most reliable U.S. car, slipping to No. 3 in the influential Consumer Reports vehicle reliability ratings. The magazine also said it was dropping its recommendations for three Toyota models due to “bug-ridden designs.” (The New York Times, free registration required) Separately, Toyota recalled 470,000 cars in Japan due to potential fuel leaks and steering problems in three models. (Reuters)
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