Porsche, Kia Rank Highest in Automotive Quality

Large Car: Chrysler 300
Starting Price: $31,695
The 300 is one of the only large rear-wheel-drive sedans left on the market, and this is the first year it has led its class in the J.D. Power IQS. Restyled for the 2015 model year, the 300 was originally introduced back in 1955. That original 300 stood out from its competitors with impressive performance and high-end amenities — the formula still fits for the current 300. The boldly-styled 300 comes well equipped with features such as a standard 7-inch full-color driver information display and a class-exclusive electronic rotary transmission shifter.

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3 thoughts on “Porsche, Kia Rank Highest in Automotive Quality

  1. That Chevy Spark was adorable. – The wonderful photos make me wonder if there are photographers who specialize in taking px of cars for the car companies? The photos are great – one even arranged for a seagull to fly by. Baba M

  2. Way too much attention is paid to this INITIAL QUALITY survey. While it is great that these cars are nicely screwed together, it is the cars that hold up without problems for 200k, even 300K miles that we need to know about.

    My experience is that the vehicles that are the most trouble-free over the long haul are Japanese.

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