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The 2014 J.D. Powers Vehicle Dependability study saw a decline this year for the first time since 1998 due to a proliferation in four-cylinder engines, it said. The poll of 2011 model year cars allowed owners to report issues, and it appears a strategy employed to increase fuel and emissions efficiency has not been without […]

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A new J.D. Power study has revealed buyers choose EVs more for environmental reasons. The 2014 U.S. Avoider Study released yesterday also revealed 38 percent of those buying domestic vehicles cite the latest technology features as a reason for their purchase, compared with 33 percent of import vehicle buyers. Additionally, the study found domestic vehicle […]

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