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Topic - J.D. Power And Associates
The race to increase vehicle fuel economy is taking a toll on quality.
U.S. automakers topped their foreign counterparts for the first time in a new survey.
Detroit is back on top.
DETROIT (AP) - The beige 2003 Honda Civic sat on Mike Haile's used-car lot in Atlanta for only three days before he sold it for $8,200. And that was $300 more than the asking price.
DETROIT (AP) — Hybrid vehicles are on track to achieve record U.S. sales this year despite signs that consumer interest in hybrids is waning, an auto information company said yesterday.
DETROIT (AP) — Ford supplanted Toyota as the leader of the pack in initial quality rankings, taking the top spot in five of 19 segments in the 2007 survey by J.D. Power and Associates, released yesterday.