Posting an 11% improvement on J.D. Power & Associates’ annual Initial Quality Study isn’t good enough for Chrysler Group. The auto maker says it plans to post equal or better results in 2005, even as it launches a slew of new products. Chrysler Group’s Steve Walukus. On a problems-per-100-vehicles basis, the Chrysler brand posted a 16-point improvement over like-2003 results, coming in at 120, falling just short of the industry average of 119. The Dodge brand also posted a ...
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