2016 Auto Brands Customer Survey
The 2016 Auto Brands Customer Survey is based on the percentage of vehicle owners who answered “Definitely yes” on the question if they will buy the brand again.
Source – Consumer Reports
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2016 Week 51 - Auto Brands Customer Survey
Tesla voted the consumers darling in the Consumer Reports Annual Owner Satisfaction Survey with 91% Tesla owners responded with a “Definitely yes” when asked if they will buy the brand again. Second with only 84% was Porsche. The bottom quartile included brands such as Jeep, Nissan, Fiat, and Volkswagen, which dropped eight places. The survey included over 300,000 vehicles. Can the States who is refusing Tesla’s direct selling model, naysayers, and auto dealers refusing to get behind electric vehicles please respond to this?
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