J.D. Power Initial Quality Study
Driver-assistance systems a roadblock to AV adoption?Aug. 6
The J.D. Power 2018 Initial Quality Study marked the fifth year in a row that we have seen the industry improve. So all is good, right? Well, driver-assistance system problems increased 57 percent in 2017. And this year, the number of problems rose 17 percent. The industry has to get this right.
Volvo r&d boss vows to turn quality hiccup into a win for new S60July 13
Volvo received a wake-up call after it finished third to last in a key quality study. R&D boss Henrik Green wants the lessons learned from the experience to make the new S60's launch the most successful in the company's history from a quality perspective.
Genesis, Kia, Hyundai top J.D. Power quality rankings for 1st timeJune 20
Korean brands secured the top three spots in J.D. Power's annual report card on new-vehicle quality for the first time in the study's 31-year history. New quality at the Detroit 3 continues to improve faster than the overall industry.