UPDATE 1-Ford slides, Toyota surges in key quality survey


* Ford rank slides to 23rd from 5th last year * Toyota jumps to 7th from 21st * U.S. industry average improves 1.8 percent * Lexus tops list * GM's Cadillac highest-ranked U.S. brand at No. 9 (Rewrites lead, adds new Ford comment, details) By Ben Klayman DETROIT, June 23 (Reuters) - Trouble with new technologies including a clunky control system for its radios pounded Ford Motor Co's ranking in a closely watched quality ranking, just a year after the U.S. brand led its ...

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