Quality lags, but sales experience shines for Mini, Fiat


Nov 28 (Reuters) - Fiat and Mini, two brands that finished at or near the bottom of JD Power's annual survey of vehicle quality, were among the highest-rated in the firm's recent study of U.S. car dealers and the retail experience. BMW's Mini was the leading mass-market brand and Fiat the fourth-best in Power's 2012 Sales Satisfaction Index, the market research firm said Wednesday. Earlier this year, in Power's 2012 Initial Quality Study, Fiat tied for last ...

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