Lincoln and Buick Top Customer Satisfaction List
Hard to believe, but America is back on top in customer satisfaction, according to a 2010 Auto Industry Report.
Domestic car manufacturers top the list of the American Consumer Satisfaction Index for the first time in the study's 15-year history, with Ford and General Motors taking the top spots.
In a press release, the study explains that Ford and GM's Lincoln-Mercury and Buick nameplates took the lead for the first time ever.
Chrysler, however, continues to under-perform, with two of its three divisions at the bottom.
While the top U.S. brands finished just three points ahead from the best-performing imports, customer satisfaction with Japanese and Korean cars dropped the most from last year's survey, largely due to vehicle recalls.
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