Jeep and Chrysler Were Most Improved in J.D. Power Study

Jeep Chrysler Daphne

In J.D. Power’s U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS) for 2016, Chrysler and Jeep proved to be the most improved brands for initial quality. The highest-ranking minivan in the IQS is the Chrysler Town & Country. Both the Chrysler and the Jeep improved their scores by 20 percent over last year’s scores. FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) is committed to continuing to improve each vehicle produced to maintain customer loyalty, trust, and satisfaction.

The study was conducted by surveying more than 80,000 people who either purchased or leased a 2016 vehicle after they had driven the vehicle for at least 90 days. The survey asks 233 questions about the driver’s experience with the vehicle and asks the driver to describe any defects or design issues in the vehicle. J.D. Power has conducted the IQS survey for 30 years.

Chrysler Town & Country

The Town & Country minivan is now 33 years old, and it remains one of the leading innovators in its segment. Boasting 55 available technology and safety features, it comes with sleek styling and a classy interior, practical storage and seating options, and state-of-the-art infotainment features. With six different models from which to choose, you’ll find one configuration that will please both your desires and your finances.


It’s not your grandpa’s Jeep anymore. The Jeeps of today combine ruggedness with comfort and style into one vehicle that is the choice of those seeking adventure and an exceptional ride. Seventy-five years of heritage go into the production of every Jeep, whether it’s the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Patriot, Compass, Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited, or the Renegade. Where will your Jeep take you?

Our friendly professionals at Chris Myers CJDR in Daphne, Alabama, would love to have you stop in and take a look at the nice selection of vehicles we have to offer. You’ll be able to test drive the Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep of your choice to see which one best suits your needs.

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