Jeep Liberty Owners are Driving their Ideal Vehicle
Date 2009/6/30 9:07:52 | Topic: Liberty
|A recent survey by AutoPacific found that Jeep Liberty owners are perfectly happy with their vehicles:|
Two Chrysler Group LLC vehicles are on AutoPacific's 2009 Ideal Vehicle list. According to the survey released today, owners of the Jeep(R) Liberty and Dodge Challenger say they are driving a vehicle that meets, or even exceeds, their expectations, meaning those vehicles are perfect just the way they are.
"We are very pleased that the Jeep Liberty and Dodge Challenger have won high praise from their owners. In fact, this is the second year in a row the Jeep Liberty has earned this honor," said Doug Betts, Senior Vice President - Quality, Chrysler Group LLC. "
This study is confirmation that we understand the needs of our customers, and are designing and building vehicles that they are proud to own. Because of their positive experience, these consumers become promoters for our brands and in this difficult market, their endorsement is priceless."
According to the survey criteria, an Ideal Vehicle is one that meets owners' expectations for the product when they acquired it. AutoPacific asked owners to indicate their desire to change their vehicle in 15 different categories ranging from power and acceleration to safety features and storage after having owned and driven their vehicle for 90 days. The buyers who are happy with their vehicle just the way it is, the ones least likely to desire change, are driving their "ideal" vehicle.
The Jeep Liberty earned top honors in the Mid-Size Sport-Utility Vehicle category for the second year in a row. It was also recognized as the top rated vehicle in AutoPacific's 2009 Vehicle Satisfaction Award research last month. The Jeep Liberty has remained a leader in the mid-size SUV market since its introduction in 2002. All-new from the ground up for the 2008 model year, the Jeep Liberty continues to offer legendary Trail Rated(R) Jeep 4x4 capability combined with a new level of on-road refinement and innovative features.
Do you drive a Liberty? Is it your ideal vehicle? If not, what changes would need to be made to make it "ideal"?