Chrysler LLC’s quality stewards smelled a rat when they reviewed the latest industry evaluations, but they are confident everything will come out OK in the end. Slammed in Consumer Reports’ latest quality rankings, the auto maker forecasts steady improvement in the coming months, culminating in a dramatic upturn in 2010. The sudden gain will be triggered when Chrysler’s poor record in second-half 2007 disappears from the 3-year data window used by the influential magazine to compile its ...
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