Tag: Study

Hell Freezes Over As Dodge Tops J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study

Just when you thought 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, Dodge has tied Kia to win J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study. Yes, you read that right, Dodge won. A quality study. Seriously. To say the result is surprising is an understatement as Dodge hasn’t released an all-new vehicle in what feels like an eternity. In fact, […]

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U.S. Study States The Obvious: SUVs Are More Deadly To Pedestrians Than Traditional Cars

As the automotive sector continues to be dominated by crossovers and SUVs, a study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has revealed that these vehicles are more likely to kill pedestrians than traditional passenger cars. Conducted using data from 79 crashes in three urban areas of Michigan, it showed that SUVs caused […]

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Looking For The Best Deal On A Used Hertz Rental? Think BMW 7-Series

Hertz filed for bankruptcy last month and it raised fears the rental giant could sell off hundreds of thousands of vehicles as part of the restructuring process. While that hasn’t happened yet, the company is already selling off a number of former fleet vehicles. Given all of the interest in Hertz, iSeeCars decided to find […]

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Automakers Offered Over 600,000 Unique Configurations Last Year And It’s Becoming An Issue

Automakers offer a dizzying array of options, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. Speaking with Wards Auto, J.D. Power’s Doug Betts explained the industry so-called “unicorn” problem. As Betts noted, 13.6 million vehicles were sold to retail customers in 2019. Excluding color, they were available in more than 600,000 unique configurations. That’s an insane […]

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Most Americans Still Don’t Trust Autonomous Vehicles

Americans remain skeptical about autonomous driving technologies, a research from Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) has revealed. The coalition, which aims to improve the public’s understanding of autonomous vehicles, conducted a poll of 1,200 adults across the U.S. earlier this year to determine their views on current autonomous vehicle technologies. Nearly 3 in 4 […]

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