Friday, April 19, 2024

The most dissatisfied drivers own these cars

For the 12th year in a row, Volkswagen was the Danes' most preferred car brand. Now the brand is rattling down in a new investigation. In fact, only one brand fares worse.

Dissatisfaction is high among certain car owners. At least according to a new survey, which places some otherwise popular brands at the very bottom.

In an American survey, motorists were asked how satisfied they were with their cars. And for several of the really big brands, it's scary reading.

That's what Top Gear writes.

READ ALSO: The police experience more cholera after a year of electric cars

For example, Volkswagen, which for 12 years in a row was the best-selling car brand in Denmark, performs second worst according to the drivers.

In fact, the German brand can only be surpassed by Nissan's premium division, Infiniti. While Volkswagen had to settle for two out of five points on average, 51 percent of the owners surveyed would surprisingly buy a car from the brand again.

The Volkswagen owners also sent their cars to the bottom in another category. Volkswagen's models are the least entertaining cars to drive.

But things went even worse for Infiniti. With an average score of 1 out of 5, the Japanese-American brand fared the absolute worst.

Only 42 percent of the surveyed Infiniti owners are considering whether to buy a car from the brand again. Then things immediately improve for the relatively new car brand Rivian.

Actually, Rivian cleans the table with a score of 5 out of 5 on the satisfaction scale. In addition, a whopping 86 percent of Rivian owners are considering buying such a car again.

Latest

Don't miss

Privately leased electric cars in crazy growth of over 300 percent

Private leasing is booming among Danish consumers, and where...

Only 11.9 percent of new cars in Germany run on electricity

The electric car's market share has plummeted since Germany...

Kia is now paying dealers to get rid of electric cars

In an attempt to get rid of the EV6...

Suzuki recalls 21,000 self-destructing cars

Japanese Suzuki has established that there are problems with...

Tesla owners blame their cars for curb skimming

Smashing a rim against a curb is never nice....
Boosted Magazine
Boosted Magazine
Boosted in Denmark has over a million unique users, surpassing two million sessions, and accumulating over seven million page views each month, and our platforms has become a hub for automotive enthusiasts. Now you can enjoy our content in English too! Enjoy our free car news - every day. Want to talk to us? Write an email to boosted@boostedmagazine.com
spot_img

Judgment on confiscated car can be appealed, says Hojesteret

It is not certain that the state will be allowed to confiscate another lease car. In any case, one motorist has now received the...

Nissan promises 'super battery' in electric cars as early as 2028

Although Nissan says that the so-called solid state batteries for electric cars are now within reach, it will not be until 2030 that the...

Chinese electric cars are causing chaos in Europe's ports – nobody wants them

New electric cars from China are piling up by the thousands around Europe's ports. Officially because it is difficult to find transport to get...

Parts of Canada ban self-driving cars

In the Canadian province of British Columbia, level 3 self-driving cars have been so banned that the cars are not even allowed to drive...

China has bid for a French car brand, says Stellantis boss

The car group Stellantis has turned down a bid for a French car brand, which boss Carlos Tavares does not want to name. Stellantis...

Ford recalls accessories that fly off cars

Ford Bronco owners who paid for the dealer to put a so-called hood scoop on the bonnet must now hand it in again. A...

What is illegal here? Every fourth driver does not know the penalty

Over 3,800 motorists had to contribute to the state coffers last year because they were speeding too fast during a road work. And that...

So many cars have been impounded for speeding in 3 years

In three years, almost 3,000 motorists have had to say goodbye to both their driver's license and their car because they have been taken...

Electric cars pose a safety risk, says Danish workshop

Prevailing myths that electric cars do not need service are now causing the alarm bells to ring at nationwide garage chains. On top of...

Mercedes is dropping a special electric car with a petrol engine

A small petrol engine should have helped a new electric Mercedes to go further on the battery. But now the Germans are scrapping the...

Citroën unveils new C3 Aircross: See first photo here

Citroën reveals the first image of the all-new C3 Aircross, which will be launched in Europe later this year. Citroën writes about it: The...

Privately leased electric cars in crazy growth of over 300 percent

Private leasing is booming among Danish consumers, and where the focus has been on the general figures for private leasing, it becomes even more...
footer.txt Viser footer.txt.