Buick Bests Industry Average by 34% in Vehicle Dependability Study

When you shop for a new vehicle, you want to find one on which you can rely. It makes sense then, that your research would lead you to information like that released in the 2015 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study in which you’ll find that Buick ranks as the second most dependable brand on the market.

Buick climbed the rankings three spots from last year to reach second place overall. Impressively, the brand is 34% more reliable than the industry’s average.

The study evaluates vehicles in their third year of ownership, meaning this year’s results are based on 2012 models. The LaCrosse won as most dependable model among large cars, and the Enclave earned second place in the Midsize SUV segment.

“Buick’s ranking is a testament to the fact that [we’re] on the leading edge of reliability, quality and customer service,” said Duncan Aldred, Buick’s vice president. “More and more customers are visiting the Buick showroom because we put these values at the core of every model we bring to the market.”

Vehicle Dependability Study
2014 Buick Encore

In addition to Buick’s reliability, J.D. Power also recently recognized the 2014 Encore as the highest ranking Sub-Compact SUV in the organization’s Initial Quality StudiesSM for 2013 and 2014 and Buick as the No. 1 mass-market brand for customer satisfaction with dealer service based on the 2014 U.S. Customer Service Index StudySM.

For us at Warsaw Buick GMC, it is our privilege to deliver a comprehensive package of quality products with a reputation for reliability and award-winning service to our valued customers.

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