Why GM's "Quality" Victory Won't Last
It was an impressive showing for General Motors : GM was the big winner in the latest JD Power Initial Quality Survey, taking eight segment awards and placing all four of its brands in the top half of the field.
But will it last? In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear looks at what the famous quality survey really measures - and at why GM's time as America's quality leader might not last for very long.
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