By Michael Ellis DETROIT, April 28 (Reuters) - The quality of cars from Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. ranks among the best from Japan, while Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s new made-in-America trucks and SUVs suffer an above-average number of glitches, according to a study on vehicle quality released on Wednesday. Hyundai was the most improved automaker in the annual benchmark study on initial quality during the first 90 days of ownership, while Japan's Nissan and Germany's Porsche AG dropped ...
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