USA: Lutz says GM will catch Japanese on quality in 2-3 years - report
General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz has said that the company will match the quality of Japanese rivals Toyota and Honda in two to three years, but it will take longer for the public to acknowledge the gains, according to Reuters. "In two to three years' time, we will match Toyota and Honda - not only in [initial quality surveys], we are going to match them in long-term durability and reliability," GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz told Reuters en route to a media event in Austin, Texas.
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