LAS VEGAS – Chrysler Group will concentrate on improving its overall product quality and reducing its warranty costs in Europe before it will expand its 7-year/ 70,000-mile (112,651 km) U.S. warranty program to European shores. The auto maker says it may even hold off on exporting its standard extended warranty until a new generation of vehicles are developed for the European market, Jim Schroer, executive vice president of Chrysler Group global sales and marketing, tells ...
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