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Toyota Motor Corporation Vehicles Dominate J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Vehicle Dependability Study
TORRANCE, Calif., February 15, 2012 – Eight Lexus, Toyota, and Scion models captured segment awards in the 2012 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study, a performance equal to all other vehicle brands combined and more than twice as many as the runner-up nameplate.
The study also found: Lexus is the number one nameplate improving by 23 fewer problems/100;
Toyota is the highest ranked non-premium nameplate and tied for third place overall, improving by 18 fewer problems/100; and
Scion achieves its highest ever position at fifth place, jumping up 17 positions and improving by 55 fewer problems/100.
“We are extremely pleased that not only did we win awards in eight of the 14 model segments, but that in two segments we finished one-two and made the podium in 12 segments overall”, said Jim Lentz, President and Chief Operating Officer Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
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Location: 18 yrs owning Lexus, 12 years hosting Lexus meets
Here is the list. I don't know if I recall seeing one where all the related companies are so close to one another. Some notes
Lexus/Toyota/Scion near tops
Porsche doing well again
Benz is high as Ford/Lincoln
Hyundai beat Honda and Acura
Audi/VW still subpar
Nissan always under average but what the hell happened to Infiniti?
Chrysler products pulling up the rear