Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by JM Popaleetus, Mar 27, 2009.
I'm surprised mercury is 5
wasn't this the one from vehicles purchased 3 years ago?
2009 =! 2006
this is vehicle dependability study, NOT initial quality.
i bet the fewer problems on the jaguar are way more severe than the ones on acuras or lexus.
It's true. Buick makes a damn good car.
Because surveys != reality.
I'm not saying it's wrong, I'm just saying that asking a bunch of people doesn't make something true.
J.D. Power's dependability study surveyed 46,313 original owners of 2006 model-year vehicles in October 2008. The results are watched closely by automakers and are often used in advertising. Owners' opinion of a car after three years can be a major influence on their opinion to buy that brand again.
The firm also releases an initial quality study, which measures problems in the first 90 days of ownership. That study usually comes out in June.
Because Jaguar sells like 15k cars a year.
That has absolutely nothing to do with anything .
Toyota not as good at hiding their problems and foregoing recalls as they used to be?
I like how even the industry leading brands have 122 problems per 100 cars, so 1.22 problems per car.
Management fell asleep driving their own product, and died. Then quality went willy-nilly.
Even if you round that up to 2, that's not surprising at all.
wasn't Porsche like 1 or 2 a few years back? they slipped hard.
It's fucking INDIAN.
I didn't say it was surprising, it's kind of sad actually
after 3 years of daily hard use, nothing is going to be perfect.