DETROIT, June 21 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC, operated by Italy's Fiat SpA , has improved its vehicle lineup, but five of the U.S. automaker's eight models tested by Consumer Reports remained "mediocre," the magazine said on Tuesday. The Dodge Durango SUV and Charger sedan improved the most and both vehicles received "very good" marks. Both models were redesigned under Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne. Testers were unimpressed with the Chrysler 200 sedan, the Dodge Avenger and ...
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