Every car-buyer values something different when shopping for a vehicle from performance and style to fuel economy and safety, but every driver wants their vehicle to be dependable. After all, what good is new car if it is constantly in the shop?
This is an aspect of vehicle engineering that GM takes very seriously, and their efforts paid off in the J.D Power 2014 Vehicle Dependability Study.
The study tracks 2011 models through the first three years of ownership to see which break down the least and cause the fewest headaches for their owners. GM vehicles came out on top with 13 models placing among the top three in their respective segments, and every GM vehicle scored above the industry average.
“Dependability is one of the top purchase reasons for a car or truck and it is key to customer loyalty,” said Alicia Boler-Davis, senior vice president GM Global Customer Experience and Product Quality, in a press release. “Receiving more segment awards for our cars and trucks than any other automaker reflects our commitment to provide customers with the best overall experience the industry.”
To learn more about any of the GM vehicles ranking high in the J.D Power 2014 Vehicle Dependability Study, including the Chevy Volt and Camaro who topped their segment, visit us today at Bill Harris Auto Center!