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Toyota Motor Corp.’s revamped Camry, considered key to the reviving the carmaker’s sales in the U.S., is likely to win a favorable review from Consumer Reports, a magazine that has previously been critical of Toyota models.

The magazine, published by the U.S.-based Consumers Union, is currently evaluating the 2012 Camry that went on sale in October, said David Champion, senior director of vehicle testing.

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