Jeep, Dodge Vehicles Named Best in Class in Strategic Visions Total Quality Impact™ (TQI)

Last week, San Diego-based research firm Strategic Vision released the results of its 22nd annual Total Quality Impact™ (TQI) study. The study ranks vehicles in separate categories based on survey responses from more than 39,000 owners of new 2016 model year vehicles. According to the firm, the TQI score is "a holistic measure that encompasses positive and negative product experiences."

This year, Jeep Grand Cherokee was named the highest quality model in the Mid-Size SUV segment. Jeep Wrangler Unlimited achieved the highest TQI score in the Entry SUV category for the third year in a row, and Dodge Challenger earned its second consecutive Specialty Coupe title.

“We see time and again that for consumers, innovation does more to communicate quality than an absence of problems does,” said Christopher Chaney, Senior Vice President – Strategic Vision. “Whether it comes in the form of breakthrough technology, re-engineering a vehicle or creating a new model, consumers feel the positive impact of bold new directions taken by manufacturers.”

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