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Why didn't Consumer Reports know about bad Toyotas?

Consumer Reports recently suspended its recommendations for a slew of Toyota models following the automaker's recent recall. The respected magazine is urging consumers not to buy Toyotas until the problem with accelerators is resolved. I know every time I have bought a car I have studied ratings provided by Consumer Reports and other independent auto reviewers religiously. I want to hear from other consumers around Washington about how the recall has affected the way they look at independent ratings and testing of cars, by CR and other publications and services that test vehicles.

Please send your thoughts to Annys Shin at shina@washpost.com or come ahead here on the comment board.

By Marc Fisher  | February 5, 2010; 9:29 AM ET
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