Hyundai Comes in Second in 2019 Initial Quality Study

When you buy a new car, you want to enjoy worry-free driving for years to come. The J.D. Power 2019 Initial Quality Study is here to help you choose the best brand for your next car. For the second year in a row, Hyundai ranked second among non-premium brands.

In this study, J.D. Power surveyed new car owners and asks them about any problems they encountered during the first 90 days of ownership. The results are reported as problems per 100 vehicles (PP100). Hyundai came away with a score of 71 PP100, which was better than the industry average of 93 PP100. This was three fewer PP100 than was reported in the 2018 study.

“Hyundai owners and new car shoppers can have peace of mind in knowing that our new vehicle quality continues to be among the best in the industry,” said Barry Ratzlaff, vice president, Customer Satisfaction for Hyundai Motor America.

Along with coming in second for non-premium brands, Hyundai kept is third-place position among all brands. In addition, the Hyundai Santa Fe earned the best score for mid-size SUVs in initial quality. Coming in second in their segments was the Tucson, Accent, Veloster, and Elantra. The Sonata and Kona each finished third.

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