UPDATE 3-Toyota mulling fix for possible engine defect


* Toyota says up to 270,000 units subject to review * Says engine may stall but no reports of accidents * Lexus recall would be second since Friday (Adds company comment) TOKYO, July 1 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Thursday it is considering taking steps to eliminate possible engine failure in as many as 270,000 cars, as the world's largest automaker continues to ramp up its safety oversight following a string of recalls. The company is considering "some kind of measure", ...

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