Headlines: Seven Models of Toyota in the U.S. Most Trusted. Despite facing recall that reach millions of units last year, did not make the Toyota to lose customers in the United States (U.S.). In fact, the results of studies in the U.S. Vehicle Trust 2011 (U.S. Vehicle dependability study) conducted by JD Power & Associates shows the seven types of products most trusted Toyota became the model.

The seven products Lexus RX, Toyota Scion xB, Toyota 4Runner, Prius, Sienna, Tacoma, and Tundra that lead in the premium segment Crossover / SUV, MPV Compact, Midsize Crossover / SUV, Compact Car, Sub-Compac Car, Minivan, Midsize Pickup and Large pickup.

In the second position, the Ford Motor Company won four places to model Ford Fusion, Mustang, Lincoln MKZ and Lincoln Navigator, three products from General Motors (Buick Lucerne, Cadillac DTS, and the Chevrolet Tahoe). Unexpectedly, Lincoln successfully raced confidence level to the top position from the position just prior to the 13. The second position is occupied Lexus, then Jaguar, Porsche and Toyota.

Honda also placed three models of the Acura RL, Honda CR-V and Honda Fit. While other models are most reliable in the category including the BMW X3, Mazda MX-5 Miata, and Mercedes-Benz CLK (see picture). This research was carried out JD Powers for three October-December 2010 to 43 700 respondents (consumers) with the experience of having at least one year vehicle. Consumers already have a car that at least three years of vehicle production alias 2008. The study also listed 202 kinds of problems that may occur from the experience.

According to JD Power, the VDS can be used by automotive manufacturers in the world to produce better vehicles, meet the needs of consumers, creating brand loyalty. "Manufacturers of cars as a whole has registered an increase siginfikan in reducing the problems that commonly occur in a vehicle. Improvements made in the interior, engine, transmission, steering and braking in recent years," said David Sargent, vice president of Global Vehicle Research JD Power and Associates, as reported by Caradvice, today (22 / 3).

Sargent added, "We have car manufacturers add various features and new technologies to satisfy consumer desires, but on the other hand has the potential to introduce new issues (because they have to teach how to use it)."

Lincoln (brand from Ford) had raced to a confidence level of the previous top position only the 13th position in the minds of U.S. consumers. The second position is occupied Lexus, then Jaguar, Porsche and Toyota.
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