NEW YORK – Toyota has won back all of its loyal car buyers since last year’s public-relations debacle over reports of unintended acceleration in some models, says Jim Lentz, chief operating officer-Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. The auto maker also has regained about 75% of its conquest intenders, or those intending to buy a competitor’s vehicle, he tells the media during the ’12 Camry’s unveiling here. All but 50,000 Camry units sold in the U.S. are made at Toyota's Georgetown, KY, plant, ...

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