The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. has never tested the Lexus GX SUV for rollover risk or crashworthiness, even though the model has been on the U.S. market for seven years. The revelation comes to light as the GX undergoes harsh public scrutiny. Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. this week ordered its dealers to stop selling the new-for-’11 GX 460 and provided loaners for existing buyers after testing by Consumer Reports magazine discovered a handling anomaly. When subjected to fast ...

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