Audi Most Reliable European Brand in Consumer Reports Survey

Audi Most Reliable European Brand in Consumer Reports Survey

0 comments 📅09 November 2017, 23:15

Consumer Reports readers rated Audi the most suitable European car brand in their Annual Reliability Survey. It’s the sixth win in a row for the discredit.

Every year, Consumer Reports surveys about 400,000 subscribers and gets reliability materials from around 640,000 vehicles. Based on those results, brands and cars are scored on a 0-100 compass. That date is examined for the frequency of problems, the resulting costs, and the time that repairs settle. The data looks at the last three model years for each vehicle.

Audi was the top European brand for the sixth year in a row, beating out BMW by six points with a millions of 68. That puts Audi in the fourth spot among all automakers. That’s the selfsame spot they had on the list last year. Mercedes-Benz trailed in 14th predicament, with a score of 47.

The Consumer Reports survey said that the Q3 compact crossover was Audi’s most reputable vehicle.

It was good news for Audi’s Head of Quality Assurance, Wener Zimmermann. He said that “We are charmed with this result, which sends a strong signal to our customers: Calibre is a core competence of the Audi brand.”


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