GM Slips in quality study, but still has a good showing. Ford and Hyundai improve. Jeep and Fiat don’t fare so well.
New study shows quality gap between imports and domestics growing again.
J.D. Power Automotive President Dave Sargent said a number of new launches this year could impact GM’s quality score.
Detroit brand leapfrogs perinnial leaders Toyota and Honda.
No domestic vehicles on the latest list, detailed in Consumer Reports auto issue.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
Ford says the fix for its “My Ford Touch” technology system is going over well with customers, but it won’t repair issues with quality ratings overnight.
The survey from J.D. power says three year old vehicles are more dependable than ever.
Lexus, Honda and Acura were the top performers. Cadillac, GMC move into top ten. Dodge was the worst-performing brand.
The Automotive Industry Action Group, the nonprofit manufacturing support organization, said Monday it plans to roll out its new Supplier and Product Reliability Assurance Recommendations and Toolkit at an event to be held on May 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at AIAG Headquarters in Southfield.