* Hyundai rises to 15th place from 28th in 2010 * Ford, Hyundai benefit from better fuel economy * Chrysler, Jeep brands also improve appeal score * Overall appeal score at its highest level ever By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, July 27 (Reuters) - Stylish, more fuel-efficient cars helped Hyundai Motor Co see a larger improvement in its vehicle appeal this year than any other major brand, according to a survey released on Wednesday. Hyundai rose to 15th place from the No. 28 spot in ...
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