By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co dropped another seven spots to next to last place in an important annual survey of vehicle reliability due to flaws in its touch-screen navigation system and other issues with its new or redesigned models. In a Consumer Reports survey released Monday, Ford fell to 27th place of 28 brands surveyed, while its upscale Lincoln brand fell 12 spots to 26th place. Scion, Toyota Motor Corp's ...
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