Buick, Jaguar top J.D. Power dependability survey
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#1 Mar 20, 2009
#2 Mar 20, 2009
Buick? That's a shocker. I think it possibly could be because drivers of Buicks are the following:
1) 80 years old or Older
2) They have blue or gray hair with stockings rolled up beneath their knees.
3) Use the car to go to church and the grocery store only, keeping the mileage down to 43 miles per year.
4) They usually confuse the gas for the brake and total the car going through storefronts of Bingo Halls, lessening the life of the car.
#3 Mar 20, 2009
I agreed with indeed, I dont believe for a second what these j.d. power rankings say. The only thing I can gather is that Buick must have donated a lot to j.d. power in one way or another
#4 Mar 20, 2009
To me, the best survey is the number of each model sold, relative to it's competition. Don't ever underestimate the intelligence of the American consumer.
#5 Mar 20, 2009
Buick??? I just dumped a 2001 Buick. The permanent anti-freeze was destroying al lo fthe gaskets until the head gasket blew. Wasn't worth fixing.
I don't know where they are getting hteir information from, but this sounds like paid propaganda not fact.
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