(CNN) – Toyota is taking it on the chin again. Consumer Reports has put out an urgent warning to the car-buying public: "Don't buy" the 2010 Lexus GX 460.
The magazine says the luxury SUV poses an unacceptable safety risk because it's prone to skidding while turning, posing a possible rollover hazard.
What does this mean for Toyota, the parent company of Lexus?
Jon Linkov, managing editor of Consumer Reports Cars, and Neal Boudette, Detroit bureau chief of the Wall Street Journal, joined us on Tuesday's American Morning to break it down.