By David Bailey and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - If there was an unofficial car for U.S. House committee members probing safety complaints on Toyota Motor Corp cars and SUVs on Tuesday, it would have been -- a Toyota. Several members of the House subcommittee that grilled Toyota Motor USA chief Jim Lentz for more than two hours on Tuesday said that they or their family members owned Toyota cars. Some expressed a little unease during their probe of safety complaints. "You ...
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