Chrysler is poised for improvement on Consumer Reports’ annual product report card, but the publication’s celebrated “recommended” label appears out of reach, near-term, for some of the auto maker’s vehicles. Consumer Reports today publishes results of comprehensive road tests on eight new or refreshed vehicles. Each shows progress from prior evaluations, but the publication considers the top performers – the Chrysler Town & Country minivan, Dodge Durango SUV and Dodge Charger ...

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