DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp.'s luxury Lexus brand won top honors for the 11th consecutive year in an annual long-term vehicle quality survey released on Wednesday. The closely watched J.D. Power and Associates survey of long-term vehicle dependability is based on responses from 50,635 owners of 3-year-old vehicles when questioned about scores of specific problems ranging from wind or brake noise to uneven tire wear and stalling engines. The survey is key to the auto ...
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