Originally Posted by pjl35
I guess making the same vehicles with nearly zero updates for 10+ years really helps them nail it...
I still wouldn't put it past Dodge to screw up an old product. I was also quite surprised by Dodge's ranking.
Given the ownership time is 3 mos and that infotainment constituted a large % of the complaints, I'm wondering if FCA's (and Kia's) easy-to-use infotainment led to the high rankings (although Kia has been better in multiple ways). Both makes have infotainment UX's that car mags generally say are among the most intuitive to use.