Automotive Performance

Posted by Toni - October 7th, 2016

According to the Research J. D. Power and Associates 2009 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) StudySM Jaguar took second place among 37 brands, gaining a total of 859 points, which is 15 positions higher than in 2008. In turn, Land Rover took 9th place, gaining 822 points and improving the way your score by 4 points, compared with 2008 year. Design and specifications are decisive criteria in assessing the degree of satisfaction from owning and managing a new car.

The study – the result of evaluation of their owners cars for more than 90 parameters. Moreover, the cars Jaguar and Land Rover, the new 2010 model year promises to be even more sophisticated with the introduction of advanced technologies, new engines, improved performance, immaculate and stylish interior modernized. This year, Jaguar has exceeded 80 points on average for the industry, receiving 859 points. For the second consecutive year, Jaguar ranks second on the final results of the study APEAL, constantly improving its rate. In 2008, Jaguar received 844 points earlier in 2007, 841, and in 2006 – 820. In the first year Jaguar XF has won second place in the mid-size segment of premium cars with a score of 859 points, which is 21 points above the average value premium segment as a whole. The highest estimates were obtained in the category of engine / transmission, especially for power at high speeds.

Having received this year, a total of 822 points, which is 4 points higher on Compared to last year, and 43 points higher than the average for the market as a whole, Land Rover has moved from 10th to 9th place in the ranking. For the third consecutive year, Land Rover improves its result in 2008 – 818 points in 2007 – 816 points. On average, in the Research 2009 new cars and models with a new design received 790 points out of 1000 possible, which is 11 points higher than last year and 15 points more than in 2009 Study on previous models. APEAL study designed to determine customer satisfaction from owning and managing a new car, and based on estimates for the owners of its cars by more than 90 parameters. Study this year includes data collected between February in May 2009 in a 80,900 owners and lessees of passenger cars and trucks produced in 2009, after 90 days of purchase.

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