Some will say "It just isn't true", while others will say "It's a statistical anomaly." No matter what your perspective, the results of the 2010 JD Power Initial Quality Survey are in ... and the facts speak for themselves. Domestic auto brands, as a whole, have demonstrated higher initial quality than import brands for the first time.
Led by both Chevrolet and Ford, the domestic brands zoomed past their foreign competition in the latest survey measuring quality of new cars and trucks.
For the first time in 24 years, J.D. Power Initial Quality Study showed that owners of domestic makes reported fewer problems on average during the first 90 days of ownership than drivers of foreign cars and trucks, the California-based industry research group said in releasing the results.