1) easy for Genesis to be that high when they sell like 6 cars a year. Send someone out to give each of the 6 dry cleaner owners that bought them a personal handy and they give top scores
2) Jeep is low but at least they get the hard stuff right like infotainment. If they could just learn to weld their frames and make their rigs steer they’d be all set.
Our '07 Sonata was flawless for the first three years but suddenly felt like it had 250k miles on it toward the end of year four when everything started failing and feeling old. Meanwhile, my nine-year-old Yaris is still flawless aside from clear coat that's starting to fail on the roof (my fault since I rarely waxed it).Originally Posted by JDP
I would place more value in this survey if they track owners' 5- and 10-year ownership experiences. Almost anything's fine for a 3-year lease.
Improving the signal-to-noise ratio
Notice too how far apart Buick and GMC are.
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
It'll be interesting to see how companies focusing on EVs shoot up or down. I expect VW to go up as they start their EV onslaught, as they should be more reliable than ICE cars, first model-year teething issues aside. I wonder where Tesla would be on this list if they were included. Maybe they're a bad example, though.