By Tom Brown DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. was the highest-ranking automaker in an annual vehicle quality survey released on Tuesday, with its luxury Lexus brand winning top honors for the 10th consecutive year. The closely watched J.D. Power and Associates survey of long-term vehicle dependability is based on responses from 48,000 owners of three-year-old vehicles when questioned about issues such as drivability and problems including noise and vibration. The survey ...
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