Posted on 27. Jul, 2011 by in Hyundai Canada

J.D. Power and Associates designated a 2011 Hyundai Equus as a many appealing vast reward automobile in a 2011 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study℠ as Hyundai soared in a annual owners survey. In a 16th year, a APEAL investigate examines owners’ assessments of a design, content, layout, and opening of their new vehicle. Vehicles and their brands are scored on a 1,000 indicate scale.

The Equus exceeded 900 points in this year’s study, achieving a top APEAL measure of any indication in a industry. Equus outscored all other oppulance reward sedans and achieved extremely improved than a shred normal in a categories of automobile exterior, storage, and audio/entertainment/navigation.

“The Equus has a eminence of being a highest-performing indication in a 2011 APEAL Study,” pronounced J.D. Power and Associates. “The Hyundai Equus has achieved an considerable introduction into a marketplace from a performance, execution and blueprint perspective.”

Overall, Hyundai was a most-improved nameplate in a attention and changed adult 13 arrange positions and 33 points to place 15th in 2011. This is a top Hyundai has ever ranked in a APEAL Study, finishing forward of all a Asian and U.S. domestic non-premium brands. The alleviation is driven essentially by dual of a redesigned models, a Sonata and Elantra, that urge by 57 and 35 points, respectively.

“We are anxious with a approval of Equus and a Hyundai code as a whole in this year’s J.D. Power and Associates APEAL study,” pronounced Frank Ferrara, executive clamp president, Customer Satisfaction, Hyundai Motor America. “With a success of a Equus flagship and a singular interest of a boldly designed and fuel-efficient Elantra and Sonata, we’re stability a query to prove all forms of American automobile buyers.”

Additionally, in a tightest competition in a study, a Hyundai Sonata finished second by only dual points – 818 v. 816 – in a midsize automobile segment.

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