Don’t count out Toyota Motor Corp. when it comes to vehicle reliability, according to the 2010 Annual Auto Survey by Consumer Reports. Despite waves of recalls that have battered its reputation over the last 14 months, Toyota retains its title as maker of the U.S. market’s most-reliable vehicles, scoring top marks in five categories: small cars (Toyota Yaris), midsize SUVs (Toyota FJ Cruiser), luxury SUVs (Lexus LX), minivans (Toyota Sienna) and fullsize pickups (Toyota Tundra). Survey ...

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