IMHO, potential buyers might tend to overlook some of the quality scores for FCA if customers were confident that their risk of high out of pocket repairs were low. So a very good warranty would go a long way to give customers peace of mind. A 10 year 100,000 mile warranty would give these potential customers the incentive they need. The other thing that needs to change that has never changed is the corporation needs to give their dealers more autonomy to fix customers cars under warranty. I, as a customer, should never have to call corporate to beg a multi billion dollar company to fix a detective part.