* Bad publicity after recalls whacks Toyota's image DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The number of people driving Toyotas who would think of the carmaker first when buying another vehicle declined after the company's safety recalls and ensuing bad publicity, Consumer Reports said on Friday. Toyota slipped behind Honda Motor Co among drivers who said they would first look at their current brand, according to Consumer Reports. "The intense publicity surrounding Toyota's recent recalls seems ...
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