The latest J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study are available. GM vehicles won the respective segment in this study among their rivals. Chevy's quality is recognized where it matters the most - among the customers.
Chevy Tahoe won 9 percent above the large crossover/SUV segment which is leaded by the Cadillac Escalade. FYI Escalade won this award second time in a row despite of the age of this model. The second place in the segment went to GMC Yukon, the third to the Suburban.
We believe the latest J.D. Power results reflect Chevrolets commitment to deliver high-quality cars our customers can depend on, said Rick Scheidt, U.S. vice president, Chevrolet Marketing. We are working hard to make all Chevrolet models the highest-performing in their segments.
In the midsized sport car segment Chevy Camaro took second place. Among large SUVs Avalanche took the third place.
The recent inquiry is based on the responses of more than 73,000 purchasers and based on the 2011 model owned for 90 days. The inquiry includes 228 questions that provide the manufacturer with all the information needed concerning a specific model.