Toyota Motor Corp. is on the brink of losing its mojo, an industry consultant warns after the storied auto maker goes unrepresented on a list of vehicles most valued by U.S. consumers. While Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen of America Inc. each had four models on Strategic Vision’s Total Value Index, Toyota was left off for the first time in the survey’s 15-year history. And it has only itself to blame. Having set the quality bar so high, the competition was forced to give chase. Now, ...

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