Audi, Hyundai and Citroen top China’s Sales Satisfaction Index

J D Power Asia Pacific Study reveals new insight into China’s growing auto industry. The latest Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) reveals Audi as the top ranked among luxury car brands while Hyundai Motors and Citroen lead the chart in regular passenger car segment.

china sales satisfaction indexHyundai Motors, South Korea’s leading automaker tied with Citroen in a survey conducted by J D Power. The survey indicated that both automaker’s received 772 points out of 1000 coming second after Audi’s 793 points.

2014 China Sales Satisfaction Index Study was based on responses from 15,388 owners who had made purchases or leased their car during the period July 2013 and February 2014. The study was fielded from January to April 2014 in 51 major cities in China.

Nissan came in third with 765 points while Hyundai’s Kia Motors Corp tied with Volkswagen in fourth position receiving 746 points. Infiniti received 605 points to come second in the premium sector while Cadillac and BMW came in third and fourth position.

Hyundai’s achievements are noteworthy as both Hyundai and Kia have witnessed increased sales during the year. During the first five months of 2014, Hyundai and Kia sold a total of 726,011 units in China, an increase of 10.1% as compared to sales in the same five month period of 2013.

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