Nissan Motor Mfg. Corp. U.S.A. and General Motors Corp. lead five out of 20 segments each to come out on top of San Diego-based research firm Strategic Vision's 2005 Total Quality Index survey. The survey assesses the complete vehicle-ownership experience (buying, owning, driving and emotional appeal) of 40,793 drivers who purchased a '05 vehicle between October and November 2004. Strategic Vision 2005 Total Quality Index Winners Segment Model Small Car Tie: Ford Focus, Hyundai ...
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