Under the surface of General Motors Corp.’s impressive showing in the J.D. Power & Associates Initial Quality Survey – the Detroit-based company’s third-place finish was the best ever by any domestic auto maker – is some data that may be cause for concern. Chevrolet Silverado GM didn’t capture a single first-place finish in seven truck categories, considered the auto maker’s strong suit. Toyota Motor Corp. brands swept the truck awards, save for the fullsize SUV category, ...
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