Hyundai Ranked Most Trusted Car Brand in U.S. Again

      February 10, 2011 08:35

      Hyundai has again been named the most trusted car brand in the U.S., ranking first in the Brand Keys Loyalty Engagement Index for a second year in a row.

      The automaker said on Wednesday that it topped the list in the automotive category of the survey on 528 brands from 79 firms.

      Ford came in second, followed by Honda and Nissan (tied for 3rd place), Mercedes-Benz and BMW (4th), and Kia and GM (5th).

      The 15th annual telephone survey was conducted by Brand Keys, a U.S. consultancy on customer loyalty and engagement, on shoppers between the ages of 18 and 65.

      Hyundai Poaches BMW Bigwig
      Busan Motor Show a Test Ground for Carmakers
      Korean Carmakers Bet on Mideast Market
      Hyundai to Showcase Grandeur Diesel at Busan Motor Show
      Over 100,000 Hyundai Genesis Sold in U.S.
      Hyundai to Gauge Response to New Luxury Sedan at Busan Motor Show
      Hyundai Plummets in U.S. Rankings
      The President's Bullet-Proof Stretch Limo
      EU Rejects French Call to Monitor Korean Car Imports
      EU Criticizes French Attempt to Curb Imports of Korean Cars
      Poor Showing for French Carmakers at Paris Motor Show
      France Accuses Hyundai, Kia of Dumping Cars
      France Asks EU to Monitor Korean Car Imports
      France Mulls Restrictions on Korean Car Imports
      Visiting Dignitaries to Use Korean-Made Bulletproof Limo
      Hyundai-Kia Post Fastest Sales Growth to Rank Fifth in World
      U.S. Drivers Pick Hyundai Equus as Best Premium Sedan
      Hyundai-Kia Grab No. 1 Spot in South American Market
      New Hyundai Equus Beats BMW, Mercedes in U.S. Rating
      Hyundai-Kia Top Mid-Sedan Market in U.S.
      Hyundai-Kia No. 1 Asian Carmaker in Europe for 4th Month
      Hyundai-Kia Will See Market Share Beat 9% in 2011, S&P Forecasts
      Hyundai-Kia Capture Record Share of Canadian Car Market
      Hyundai-Kia Grab Over 10% of U.S. Auto Market for 1st Time
      Hyundai's Success in U.S. Fueled by Aggressive Marketing
      How Hyundai Rose from Laughing Stock to No. 3 in the U.S.
      Strike at Part-Maker Brings Car Industry to Grinding Halt
      Hyundai-Kia to Challenge Toyota with New Hybrids
      Hyundai-Kia Grab Record Market Share in U.S.
      Hyundai-Kia Roll Outs New Hybrids
      Hyundai Partners with Prada for Upgraded Genesis
      Hyundai-Kia Outpace Toyota in Europe for 2nd Straight Month
      Hyundai Aims to Introduce Plug-In Hybrid in 2013
      Hyundai-Kia Reaches 10 Million Sales After 25 Years in U.S.
      Hyundai-Kia Outsold Toyota in Europe Last Year
      Chung Mong-koo Ranked 5th in Global Auto Industry 'Power List'
      Seven Hyundai-Kia Cars Win Best Buy, Recommended Awards in U.S.
      Hyundai-Kia's Tau V8 Named Among 10 Best Engines in U.S.
      Carmakers Jostle to Provide G20 Limousines
      Cheong Wa Dae Gets 1st Korean-Made Bulletproof Limos
      Park Tours Brazil in Korean Limousine
      Hyundai Logo to Flash Across Piccadilly Circus
      Hyundai-Kia Eyes No. 4 Spot in Global Auto Sales
      • Copyright © Chosunilbo &
      이전 기사 다음 기사
      기사 목록 맨 위로