* Revised lawsuit raises new allegations of concealment * Automaker denies repurchases hinged on confidentiality * Complaint says records show Toyota replicated glitches By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Toyota secretly bought back from U.S. consumers vehicles it found with speed-control defects as part of a strategy to hide unintended-acceleration problems from safety regulators and the public, a revised lawsuit claims. The repurchase transactions included strict ...
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