DETROIT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp suspended sales of some of its most popular models in the key U.S. market due to problems with a faulty accelerator, sending shares of the automaker and industry partners sharply lower. Analysts warn that this could be a lasting blow to a once sterling reputation for quality and safety that helped Toyota surpass General Motors Co [GM.UL] as the world's top automaker in 2008. Here are some details on Toyota's decision to suspend sales, which ...
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