The Jeep brand drove off with the Polk Automotive Loyalty Award for "Most Improved Loyalty to Make" reports The Car Connection. Chrysler also picked up the 11th straight loyalty award for the Town & country in the minivan segment and one for the Dodge Challenger in the sports car segment, making the automaker the second-most awarded company, Auto Remarketing said.
"We have gone to great lengths in recent years to improve our lineup with better performing, higher quality vehicles--and to take better care of our customers after the sale," said Doug Betts, head of Quality. "Thopsse awards help validate those efforts."
Cars.com also honored Dodge Challenger with its "Shoppers' Choice Award" based on shopper activity and owner reviews on their website. The Dodge Charger was named winner of Edmund.com's "2012 Breakthrough Technology Award" for its "cutting-edge--but intuitive" Uconnect Touch interface, reliable Bluetooth hands-free and voice recognition feature and innovative active safety technology.
Edumnds editors said they chose the charger because it "embodies some of the most modern technology available in a car today--and it's available in a vehicle that's within the budget of average consumers."
taken from Chrysler Group News Update