Fortune Magazine detailed how Chrysler Group "keeps killing it" with a variety of strategies to stimulate sales and "put the automaker back into contention." Chrysler Group has quietly rehabilitated itself producing "spectacular results" and now stands as the year's "most accomplished full-line manufacturer," the Fortune story said.
Similarly, an Automotive News editorial declares 'what a great difference two years make' from the time Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne laid out an ambitious and creative plan to fix the company's problems. "Marchionne has hit all of his marks and is ahead of schedule in what is shaping up as a remarkable turnaround," Automotive News said. "The product is selling well, led in October by Jeep. And Jeep vaulted to the top spot for a domestic brand in Consumer Reports magazine's 2011 auto reliability survey."
Detroit News auto critic Scott Burgess wrote, "Chrysler Group LLC continues to be on a tear, Two Novembers ago, when Fiat SpA took over, it said it had a radical plan to revamp nearly every vehicle in Chrysler's lineup. Now, consumers have noticed and are starting to reconsider the brand."
*information taken from Chrysler "Good News" publication