Consumer Reports no longer recommends the Toyota Camry

Toyota's Camry and three other vehicles have lost their status as a recommended buy from Consumer Reports because of their performance in crash-test results. Camry's de-listing came as a surprise because it typically performs well in the magazine and was the best-selling car in the U.S. in 2013. Toyota said it is "looking at a range of solutions to achieve greater crash performance."

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