Detroit closes in on Toyota in quality-JD Powers


DETROIT, June 22 (Reuters) - Detroit's top-selling auto brands Ford and Chevrolet have almost eliminated a long-criticized gap with Toyota in quality, the results of a closely watched survey released on Monday found. General Motors Corp's Cadillac brand ranked third overall in the J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study. The bankrupt automaker's mass-market brand Chevy was in a virtual tie with Ford Motor Co and Toyota, the survey found. "Have the leading domestic nameplates ...

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