HYUNDAI IMPROVES IN J.D. POWER AND ASSOCIATES VEHICLE DEPENDABILITY STUDY

Posted on 18. Mar, 2010 by in Hyundai Canada

Hyundai significantly reduced problems per 100 vehicles and gained belligerent in a rankings of a 2010 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability StudySM (VDS). Hyundai ranked series 11 among nameplates in a long-term peculiarity study, 4 arrange positions above attention normal and adult 3 arrange positions over 2009. The Hyundai altogether magnitude was 148 problems per 100 vehicles, 7 problems fewer than a attention average, and 9 fewer than final year. Hyundai is one of 6 mainstream brands that J.D. Power and Associates highlighted as being significantly improved than a non-premium average. Tucson (Compact Multi-Activity Vehicle) and Accent (Sub-Compact Car) both finished in a tip 3 in their particular categories.

The VDS formula continue Hyundais movement in J.D. Power and Associates peculiarity rankings. Hyundai was a top ranked non-premium nameplate in a 2009 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality StudySM (IQS) and ranked fourth among all nameplates.

Quality is a series one priority and business have come to pattern that Hyundai vehicles will magnitude adult to a best in a industry, pronounced Frank Ferrara, executive clamp president, corporate formulation and patron satisfaction. Hyundai backs a cars with a 10-year, 100,000-mile guaranty to vigilance a partnership with buyers in their car purchase. We aim to lift a bar for a attention not usually in peculiarity off a salon floor, though after years of pushing as well.

The 2010 VDS investigate measures problem symptoms of three-year-old vehicles essentially in categories such as car exterior, pushing experience, features/controls/displays, audio/entertainment/navigation, seats, HVAC, interior, engine and transmission. The VDS is one of 3 J.D. Power and Associates peculiarity studies, along with a Initial Quality Study (IQS) that measures peculiarity after 90 days of ownership, and a Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) investigate that measures patron perceptions on a design, content, blueprint and opening of their new vehicles.

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