DETROIT – Hyundai is pleased with its performance in the recent J.D. Power 2013 U.S. Initial Quality Study, but a top executive says there is more work to do. The auto maker moved up from 18th in last year’s study to 10th this year, tied with Kia and Mercedes, and several of its models placed high in the rankings, including the Hyundai Genesis premium sedan and Santa Fe cross/utility vehicle. Hyundai U.S. CEO John Krafcik says he is particularly happy with the rating of the ...
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