Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus luxury division again tops J.D. Power and Associates Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. The study, which J.D. Power says has a direct impact on resale value, included 43 all-new or redesigned models this year. J.D. Power says the new Chrysler 300/300C and Chevrolet Malibu have dramatically improved in APEAL scores over their previous models, while the Nissan Armada, Chevy Equinox and Pontiac GTO all debut atop their respective ...

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