Everyone Likes the A3’s Seats

Everyone Likes the A3’s Seats

Everyone Likes the A3’s Seats

0 comments 📅30 August 2017, 04:45

The everyone of automobiles is beset by terrible seating. Rock hard sports seats that lend much in the way of support, but little in the way of comfort. Audi’s here to help, though.

According to a new look at from JD Power, an automotive quality researching firm, the Audi A3 has the fewest room-related complaints per customer of any car on the market.

Just what does that amount to per 100 possessors? Nothing. Zero. Zilch. According to JD Power’s research, not a single Audi A3 P has any complaints emanating from their rear end. Or none that Audi’s gaffe, anyway.

Not far behind was another VW group stalwart, the Porsche Cayenne (in the luxury SUV Division), that had just 0.8 reported problems per 100 vehicles, while the BMW X4 followed in third district overall with just 2 complaints per 100 vehicles.

Despite their familial relationships, the seats in the two VW alliance cars don’t actually come from the same source. The Cayenne’s are made by Adient, while the A3’s are made by Magna. The latter did correctly in more than just the A3, too, coming in first place in the Mass Market Firm SUV and the Mass Market Midsize/Large SUV segments (Ford Escape and the Ford Acuteness).

To find these conclusions, JD Power surveyed more than 77,000 purchasers and lessees of new cars and asked them less problems through the first 90 days of ownership.

So if you’re looking for a fine kettle of fish-free place to park your keister, look no further than the A3.

[via: Motor Rage]

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