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J.D. Power Car Studies

2016 Manufacturer Website Evaluation Study—Summer: Usage of Shopping Tools...
Automaker websites are not only a useful tool for consumers shopping for a new vehicle, but they can also improve buyer satisfaction, according to...
J.D. Power to Release 2016 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout...
On Wednesday, July 27, highlights of the 2016 edition of the J.D. Power U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study will be...
2016 Initial Quality Study: Korean Brands Outperform Others in...
Korean auto brands—Hyundai and Kia—collectively average the fewest defects overall this year, according to new-vehicle owners and lessees surveyed...
Non-Premium Brands, Led by Kia, Outperform in 2016 Initial Quality Study;...
Not only does new-vehicle initial quality improve by 6 percentage points this year, but for the first time in a decade, non-premium brands, led by...
2016 Initial Quality Study: Reliability Still Tops List of Purchase Factors
Nearly one-half (49%) of new-vehicle buyers and lessees cite “expected reliability” as the most important factor when purchasing a new car or light...
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