Listed below, in reverse order, are those luxury SUVs that provide the most satisfying infotainment systems available today based on feedback from the people that own them.
For many car buyers, styling is a major consideration when deciding whether or not to buy a particular model. And, J.D. Power research indicates that consumers genuinely care about car design, citing it as a major decision driver when selecting a new car, truck, or SUV.
By isolating those factors that fall within the Driving Dynamics category of the 2013 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, J.D. Power has identified the 10 midsize and large sedans that owners rated highest for how enjoyable they are to drive.
According to the J.D. Power 2013 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study,SM the following 10 small car models are rated as the most fun-to-drive vehicles on the market, based on their overall Driving Dynamics score in the study.
If you've ever shopped for snow tires, you are aware that they are not inexpensive. Therefore, the answer to the question as to whether or not you need snow tires is, partially, answered by your household budget.
Listed below, in alphabetical order, are models from the 2013 Hagerty Hot List that are available for less than $75,000, accompanied by base prices and details from the latest J.D. Power studies surveying vehicle dependability, quality, and overall appeal.
Based on correlations between J.D. Power new-vehicle quality (IQS) and used-vehicle dependability studies (VDS), these 7 trucks and SUVs are rated highly for quality when new, and for reliability after thousands of miles have been added to the odometer.
You might think you've got a good idea of which models make a list of the most dependable cars in America. You might be surprised, however, by which cars demonstrate both high quality when new, and long-term reliability when used.
It's summertime, and the American economy is improving. People are spending more money on the things they want, in addition to the things they need. When it comes to cars that means consumers are more willing to add a second or third vehicle to the household that is designed primarily for fun rather than function, and few cars are more enjoyable to drive on a warm summer evening than a convertible.
Despite the historically high gas prices, people still want to drive SUVs. And, naturally, people want to drive high-quality SUVs. Below, we've listed six sport utilities that, according to J.D. Power study findings, rank highest in their respective segments for quality, and which get at least 20 mpg in the city.
Gas prices are higher this summer than last, by an average of 10 cents per gallon according to some estimates. That means filling a 15-gallon fuel tank costs more than $50, which makes choosing a fuel-efficient car important to maintaining household budgets.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are arriving in dealer showrooms in increasing numbers, and car companies are working overtime in order to make them appealing as daily drivers for the average consumer.
These New and Used SUVs and Crossovers Rank Highest, Says J.D. Power
Tuition, fees, and expenses for room and board continue to outpace the annual rate of inflation. With students and their families footing a greater portion of the bills for higher education, it's important to make sure your son or daughter is driving an affordable and reliable vehicle that won't create additional expense.
Having a baby means more than setting up a nursery and getting serious about a career plan. As a new parent, your top responsibility is to protect and nurture your child to the best of your ability. When it comes to picking the right family car that means choosing something safe and dependable, yet roomy enough to fit child safety seats while carrying a stroller, playpen, diaper bag, and more.