This week, five Chevrolet cars were named segment winners for the annual J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study, making Chevrolet the automaker with the most cars at the top of their sections in the study.
The J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study examines the average number of problems per car that users experience in the first 90 days following the purchase of a vehicle. According to J.D. Power, a majority of the problems experienced in this time frame relate to a vehicle’s design and technology; for example, users could find a navigation system or safety technology confusing or difficult to use. The study is designed to award the cars with the most user-friendly technologies for each vehicle class and to provide feedback to the automobile industry.
This year, five 2013 Chevrolet vehicles were named for having the least reported problems in their segments: the Avalanche (Large Light-Duty Pickup), Camaro (Midsize Sporty Car), Impala (Large Car), Silverado HD (Large Heavy Duty Pickup) and Tahoe (Large CUV). The Cadillac Escalade was also names the top Premium CUV, beating out the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, and the new Buick Encore and GMC Sierra 1500 each topped its respective category.
The volume of GM cars include in the Initial Quality Report demonstrates the automaker’s devotion to reliable, user-friendly cars. For more information about the report, visit J.D. Power and Associates online.
Bradshaw Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac is proud to announce yet another achievement for GM vehicles. For more information about new Chevrolet cars in Upstate SC, including the 2013 Camaro and the all new 2014 Impala and Malibu, contact Bradshaw at (864) 416-7397 or visit our dealership online. We also boast an expert finance department to help you find the vehicle you’re looking for at the right price!