A torrent of high-profile recalls and safety concerns has tarnished the once stellar reputation of Toyota, which in 2008 overtook General Motors as the biggest car manufacturer in the world.
A series of safety problems on high-profile vehicles has overshadowed the company's reputation for quality. A recent study found that the automaker actually gets fewer customer complaints per car than the majority of its competitors.
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