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Apparently, the V6 version of the Toyota Camry, a long-time resident to Consumer Reports' "Annual Car Reliability Survey," is no longer welcome around those parts. And it's not just the Camry, but also the new bigger-than-big four-wheel-drive V8-powered Toyota Tundra and the Lexus Gs. All three of these vehicles "declining reliability" has canceled the "automatic recommended" rating given to the Toyota, Scion and Lexus brands from CR. Hmm, that's no good thing — except it appears to be a boon for Ford, who's showing some serious increases in quality ratings this past year in the Explorer, the F-150 and the Mustang. Full list below the jump.

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Models with improved reliability

BMW 7 Series

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BMW X3

Cadillac STS (V6)

Chrysler 300 (V8)

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Dodge Charger

Ford Explorer (V6)

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Ford F-150

Ford Mustang

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Jaguar S-Type

Jeep Commander

Kia Sportage

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Mazda RX-8

Porsche 911

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Saab 9-3

VW Jetta (5-cylinder)

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Volvo S40 (non-turbo)

Models with declining reliability

BMW 6 Series

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Chevrolet Suburban

Chevrolet Tahoe

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Chrysler 300 (V6)

Dodge Ram 1500

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GMC Yukon

GMC Yukon XL

Hyundai Entourage

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Kia Amanti

Kia Sedona

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Lexus GS (V6, AWD)

Pontiac G6

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Toyota Camry (V6)

Toyota Tundra (V8, 4WD)

VW Passat (V6)

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[via Freep]