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Community Winners: Chrysler 300 & Jeep Grand Cherokee Awarded AutoPacific’s Best in Class Vehicle Satisfaction!

You know what leaves a great impression on a product? It’s not the official reports and reviews from big companies, it’s more-so the voice of the community in regards to that product. If the community’s overall satisfaction with a product is good, you can generally be rest assured that you would be satisfied with the same product.

Vehicles are constantly at the center of being criticized and reviewed by businesses and people alike. While a vehicle might get positive reviews through media sources, the community may deem it as average or worse. That’s why the AutoPacific’s Best in Class Vehicle Satisfaction Award is one to be taken seriously – it’s an award based solely on the best vehicles according to the consumer’s experience and satisfactory.  The 2012 survey was taken by more than 75,000 people that purchased a car or truck between September and December of 2011.

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“We are honored to have the Chrysler 300 and Jeep Grand Cherokee receive awards for ‘Best in Class Vehicle Satisfaction’ by AutoPacific,” said Reid Bigland, Head of U.S. Sales and President and CEO – Dodge Brand. “Recognition from our buyers underscores our efforts towards improving quality and customer satisfaction at Chrysler.”

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“The Chrysler 300 is the reincarnation of the image-heavy original. Now with more finesse but no less personality, the 300 owners are the most satisfied of any buying a large car today,” said George Peterson, President, AutoPacific. “The Grand Cherokee wins the best in class Vehicle Satisfaction Award for the second year in a row. Grand Cherokee owners gain their satisfaction through the overall capability and quality of the vehicle’s design.”

Source: PR Newswire (http://s.tt/1cGCf)

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