I just dug out the 2010 Auto Issue (came out in March 2010)
I am slighly confused that Consumer Reports condemed Toyota cause of its bogus sticking throttle pedal problem, but at the same time gave high marks to those vehicles that was effected by the recal, BUT gave low marks to the 09 Tundra and the 09 Tacoma 4 cyl that never were effected by the recall??
Consumer Reports also gave higher marks to the Honda Ridgeline over the Toyota Tacoma where the Honda Ridgeline was horrible in its crash test results.
According to Consumer Reports its more important for a comfortable, quiet ride than getting killed in a crash?
( The Toyota Tacoma rated better than average in all the crash tests )