Each year, consumer reports evaluate car owners in the United States based on their owner’s satisfaction. Apart from being very satisfying in the North American market, the release also speaks to less desirable cars. In 2021, the Ford EcoSport was considered the second most disappointing model. What is surprising, however, is the presence of the Jeep Renegade and Compass.
The purpose of this study is to understand whether car owners will buy them again. The score was established based on criteria such as reliability, reputation and experience during use. And so on Consumer Reports It determines what percentage of the owners of those cars will compare them again.
According to the Ford EcoSport, only 30% of owners will buy an SUV made in Brazil. This is no worse than the Toyota C-HR, of which only 29% of owners would consider taking the hybrid SUV back home. However, 2022 will be the last year of the EcoSport in the United States India was shut down and imported from there.
What is surprising, however, is the presence of the Jeep Compass and the Renegade. Forty-six percent of owners in both are likely to repurchase both SUVs. However, Compass has a slightly worse satisfaction rating than Renegade, so it ranked high.
This is in stark contrast to the Brazilian reality, as both models always perform well in the customer satisfaction rankings. In the magazine’s selectmen survey Four wheels, As per consumer reports, the Compass appeared to be the second most satisfying average SUV. He was the only loser CAOA Serie Deco8.
Ranking of satisfactory cars in the United States
- Toyota C-HR – 29% repurchase
- Ford EcoSport – 30% repurchase
- Chevrolet Tracks (Tracker) – 37% will buy back
- Infiniti Q50 – 40% repurchase
- Nissan Rock Sport – 42% repurchase
- Infinitni QX50 – 46% repurchase
- Jeep Compass – 46% repurchase
- Jeep Renegade – 46% will buy again
- Cadillac XT4 – 47% repurchase
- Kia Forte (Serrato) – 47% will buy back
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