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Whether you've just taken delivery of a Kia or a Chrysler, the latest new-vehicle initial quality study from J.D. Power will come as good news, as quality is improving massively across all manufactures and all makes. In fact, the study, which uses a quality score calculated via the number of problems experienced during the first 90 days of ownership per 100 examples of an individual model (the PP100 score), finds that the industry average is now PP97. Hyundai's new Genesis premium sub-brand is second (77) and Porsche (78) closes out the top three.
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