DETROIT – Expanding North American capacity, launch of a new flexible platform and improved customer-satisfaction scores are helping propel Volkswagen in its march toward a 2018 goal of 800,000 vehicle sales in the U.S., a top executive says. VW is beginning to win over more American buyers, particularly with its revamped Jetta and U.S.-built Passat, as quality improves and brand recognition rises, says Volkswagen Group of America President and CEO Jonathan Browning. But he ...

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