J.D. Power Initial Quality Study
Voice recognition's rough roadSat, 19, Nov 2016
CPO has room to grow, but awareness lagsMon, 21, Nov 2016
Off-lease vehicle volume is growing faster than CPO sales, leaving room for those sales to grow, remarketing analysts say. But they add that greater consumer awareness of certified programs is needed for those sales to reach their potential.
Kia leads industry in J.D. Power quality studyWed, 22, Jun 2016
Kia overtook Porsche to lead the industry in J.D. Power's annual report card on vehicle quality, marking the first time in 27 years that a nonpremium brand has topped the list. Kia, with 83 problems reported per 100 vehicles, joins Toyota as the only nonpremium brands to have finished first in the 30-year history of the Initial Quality Study.
Fiat Chrysler's quality conundrumMon, 14, Mar 2016
The automaker that consistently ranks lowest in well-publicized studies on quality and reliability -- Fiat Chrysler -- continues to rack up monthly U.S. sales gains like no one else in the industry. That's a head-scratcher.
Tech propels Kia to best-ever IQS finishMon, 22, Jun 2015
While automakers continue to frustrate customers with glitchy technology, has Kia cracked the code? The Korean brand led all other nonpremium marques in the 2015 J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study for the first time -- largely on the strength of improved in-car tech.
Kia rises in J.D. Power quality; Japanese fall below averageWed, 17, Jun 2015
Kia topped all other nonpremium brands in J.D. Power and Associates' latest survey of new-vehicle quality for the first time ever, while Japanese brands fell below the industry average -- another first in the study's 29-year history.
McGraw Hill exploring sale of J.D. PowerFri, 30, Oct 2015
McGraw Hill Financial is looking at selling off its J.D. Power unit, best known for car quality and reliability ratings, as the owner of the Standard & Poor's ratings services focuses on capital and commodity markets.
Kia seeks J.D. Power title to prove quality gainsMon, 13, Jul 2015
How Infiniti climbed quality chartSat, 04, Jul 2015
The entire auto industry got a little bit better on quality this year, but few brands jumped in the rankings of a closely watched survey the way Infiniti did. The brand focused on two problem areas, telematics and a noisy transmission, to make big gains in J.D. Power's latest quality ratings.