COSTA MESA, Calif.: 18 July 2019 — The J.D. Power 2019 Manufacturer Website Evaluation Study Cross-DeviceSMSummer is a semiannual study that measures the usefulness of automotive manufacturer websites during the process of shopping for a new vehicle by examining four key measures (in order of importance): information/content; appearance; navigation; and speed.

This year’s study finds that overall satisfaction averages 828 (on a 1,000-point scale) for the luxury segment, while the mass market segment averages 822. Acura and Alfa Romeo rank highest in a tie among luxury brands with a score of 839, while MINI (838) ranks highest among mass market brands.

The Manufacturer Website Evaluation Study Cross-Device, initially released in 1999, is based on responses from 13,792 new-vehicle shoppers who indicate they will be in the market for a new vehicle within the next 24 months. The study was fielded in May 2019.

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2019 Manufacturer Website Evaluation Study Cross-Device—Summer
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