Consumer Reports has named Audi the most reliable European automaker in United States.
The reveal was made in their “2015 Annual Auto Reliability Survey” and comes after similar performances in 2012, 2013 and 2014. The end result comes after the magazine’s experts evaluated information concerning more than 740,000 cars submitted by their readers and online users during the last 12 months.
Consumer Reports is issued monthly and is considered as being one of the most reputable magazines in the industry, especially since this is a non-profit publication and their guidelines are to provide strict impartiality which means the results are very accurate and are their decisions are not influenced.
Speaking about this achievement, Luca de Meo, Member of the Board of Management for Sales and Marketing at AUDI AG, said “The very high position in the Consumer Reports confirms the real substance offered by the Audi model range in the United States.” He went on to specify that “By offering our U.S. customers convincing products, we have paved the way for a continuing positive development in the American market.”
Audi is now 3rd in the rankings compared to its closest European car brand in 10th place while the closest European premium auto marque is in 11th place.