DETROIT, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp's best-selling 2013 Camry received a "poor" crash-test rating on Thursday from an insurance industry group that awarded high marks to Honda Motor Co's redesigned Accord sedan. The Camry -- the top-selling passenger car in the United States for 14 of the past 15 years -- and the Accord were among a group of 2013-model midsize cars tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a non-profit group funded by the insurance ...
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