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The standards raise as the price does. This isn't a Jeep only issue by any stretch- early runs of the new Mercedes S-class had misaligned trunk lids and customers were livid about it. This needs to be fixed quickly or the "Chrysler junk" talking points will stick.
Don't forget that no matter what price the car is the guy on the line is making the same amount of money.
 

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It all starts at the top. Blaming some unionized assembly worker is ludicrous.

Anyone remember the fuss that Lido made over the '81-'83 Imperial? Those cars were perfect when the folks at Windsor built them.

In my own experiences, I had a '77 Fury which was surprisingly good, a '79 R body that was a hot mess of quality issues, and a decent '91 Dynosaur. I've had very good '81, '82, '85, '86, and '89 M-bodies. I've had a '94 and an '04 Crown Vic, 1 LX Charger, and 3 LD's.

None of my other vehicles were as good of quality that I had with any M body I've owned.
My 70, 74 and 78 cars had water leaks. Everything after that has been no problems to speak of. I have never had a Chrysler product that failed an engine or transmission or a rear end or any major electronic gizmo, computer etc. I am on my 4th mini-van and they have all been bullet proof. Had 2 K-cars which were amazingly good.
 
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