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Jaguar is number one in the States

18 November 2005

  • Jag hits top spot in US JD Power survey
  • Lexus beaten into second place
  • Jaguar 11th in equivalent UK survey

Jaguar is 1st in US JD Power customer satisfaction survey

British brand Jaguar is continuing to impress US owners, retaining its number one ranking in the American JD Power customer satisfaction survey.

Jaguar fought off Lexus into second place and Buick and Porsche into joint third. Last year it tied with Lexus, but pulled ahead of its rival in this year's results.

UK owners continue to prefer the Japanese brand, however, voting it into the number one spot for the fifth year in a row in 2005.

Jaguar only manages 11th place overall in the survey of UK owners. The S-type performs best in the model league table, reaching 26th out of 124. The X-type sits in 46th place.

Skoda came second in this year's UK rankings, followed by Honda third.

Click here to see the results in full and find out what other UK drivers think of their cars.




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