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Jaguar, Buick dethrone Lexus in reliability study- Yahoo! Autos Article Page
NEW YORK – Jaguar and Buick surged to the top of J.D. Power and Associates' closely watched vehicle dependability study this year, tying for the No. 1 spot and dethroning Lexus for the first time since the Japanese luxury brand has been a part of the survey.
It's a shame that Ford never could turn Jaguar around before the financial crisis hit. Both my wife and I (plus our son) really like the new Jaguar. It seems that Ford got it right just in time to sell it, after dumping billions into Jaguar. And I absolutely despise Lexus. Not a single one is made in this country; Toyota doesn't trust Americans not to blemish their prized Lexus brand. I personally feel that Lexus is an incredibly cheesy brand for incredibly cheesy people. That said, Buick has given up on the smaller sporty cars like the Skylark that were pretty sharp back in the day, and I think that is a real lost opportunity.
Great news for Buick! How many Buicks were sold in 08?
Ross, Lexus was the most reliable and well built car since its inception. The styling is pretty bland by design. People looking for conservative luxury that is dead reliable buy a Lexus. I must admit, this is the 1st time Ive head anyone call Lexus cheesy.
The Jag you like is not built in America.
This is cheesy:
Last edited by Malloy; 03-19-2009 at 07:11 PM.
they did a reasonably good job with jaguar, not a great car company to begin with. they overpaid though. like what they did with volvo
Originally Posted by billy ross
why does lexus have to be made here? ford doesn't make cars in every country it sells in.
Jaguar, which Indian car giant Tata Motors Ltd. bought from Ford in 2007, remains a relatively small-volume brand in the U.S. It sold just 14,000 vehicles here in 2008, while Buick sold 128,000.
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