LAS VEGAS – J.D. Power and Associates wants to help dealers and manufacturers fix the process used to measure customer satisfaction. The administration of those satisfaction surveys is a big complaint for dealers. Alan Starling, last year’s chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. (NADA) brought the issue to the forefront last October in a speech in Detroit when he blasted the customer satisfaction survey process manufacturers use to measure dealer performance. ...

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