With a heavy heart the staff of AutoGuide.com say goodbye to 2012, along with its triumphs and tragedies. We await the New Year with open arms, and welcome its promise of a better world. According to the Chinese zodiac, 2012 was a year of the dragon, and it proved to be the stuff of legend,… Continue Reading...
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Lexus is taking top honors for the second year running in J.D. Power and Associates’ “Initial Quality Study,” though second place is shared between Jaguar and Porsche for a marginally-worse score. Continue Reading...
J.D. Power has released a study today which details the top five new technologies which car buyers want in their cars. Continue Reading...
Current estimates from both groups predict even stronger demand in 2012, with current projections set at some 13.8 million units. Continue Reading...
The current state of economy and the ever rising price of fuel is changing car buying habits in American households. Where once mid-size sedans like the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry ruled, those spots are now being replaced by smaller cars like the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Hyundai Elantra (above). Consumer survey specialists… Continue Reading...
Not only was the 911 rated the most reliable sports car in the survey, but Porsche was also deemed the top German manufacturer, with the company gaining high praise for quality in manufacturing. Continue Reading...
When it comes to retaining customers, there’s some reason for domestic automakers to celebrate about 2010. According to a recent J.D. Power Customer Retention survey, a total of 69 percent of those who own a vehicle from one of the big three, said they’ll go back and buy domestic when the time comes to get… Continue Reading...
Automakers know how important customer loyalty is to the success of their companies. That’s why the good ones concentrate not only on making a safe and reliable vehicle, but one that’s fun to drive as well, and then back it up with great service. And J.D. Power is on top of which automakers are doing… Continue Reading...
J.D. Power has just released its Vehicle Dependability (VDS) Study for 2010, giving the top spot to Porsche, followed closely by Lincoln and Buick. Only one of the three, Buick, was on the podium last year, but has dropped from first to third. Also of significance is the continued slide by Lexus, which finds itself… Continue Reading...