Consumer Reports has withdrawn its recommendations for three Toyota vehicles, including its top-selling Camry sedan, after newly expanded crash-test reports showed they performed poorly. The trusted consumer magazine, which millions of readers turn to for its reviews and ratings of a broad spectrum of consumer products, said that the Camry, Prius V, and RAV4 sport utility vehicle performed poorly on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) overlap crash tests, which the non-profit industry group introduced last year. The Corolla, another of Toyota’s top-selling models in the U.S., received a “marginal” rating on the overlap crash test. Despite the poor ... Read More
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