J.D. Power study finds safety features boost new-vehicle appeal [ USA ]
J.D. Power found that new vehicles equipped with safety features have higher overall scores than vehicles without those technologies in its 2016 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study released on July 27.Overall APEAL scores were higher among the 41% of vehicle owners having blind spot monitoring than those who did not (821 vs. 787, respectively) and the 30% of vehicle ...
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