I’m a big believer in the “mazda consumer reports” company. Their research team has done quite a few studies on the industry and they are consistently the best on the market. So, I know from speaking with them personally that I am not the only one.
mazda consumer reports has recently done a study on the effects of new cars on their customers. They found that consumers who bought a new car in the last six months tended to be less satisfied with their purchases than consumers who bought a car in the same period of time a year before. This is a pretty solid study that shows consumers are more unhappy with a new car in the last six months than a year before.
That’s good news, but the good news isn’t quite as good. Honda’s ’07 Accord Hybrid is the best-selling car in the United States as of the end of 2008, and the sales have been even better in the last six months. This is the second best-selling car in the United States, and the sales have been equally strong in the last six months.
It seems like Honda is the only company that uses the best-selling model year to measure the success of their product. In a way, this is a smart way to make sure that you are buying the best-selling model year for the year you are buying the car. It would be nice if you could get the same analysis for your favorite car from a different perspective.
Well, in a sense you can. When you buy a car, you are using some subset of the market, and it is likely to be the best-selling model year of that model.
If you buy a car in the U.S., Honda uses the same model year as the model year that the manufacturer says is the best-selling model year. When they compare the sales of the model year to the sales of the model year they are using to measure the success of their product, they use the model year they are using to measure the success of the vehicle.
This is the same thing. When you buy a car, you are using a subset of the market, and it is likely to be the best-selling model year of that model. If you purchase a car in the U.S., Honda uses the same model year as the model year that the manufacturer says is the best-selling model year.
The same goes for a vehicle. Even if you purchase a car from a car dealer, you will likely be able to get the best-selling model year of the model year that the dealer uses to measure the success of that sale.
It’s also common for major automakers to base their “best-selling model year” on what they think their customers will buy. For instance, Lexus used to base the model year for its models on what Lexus used to sell in the U.S. market.
So, what’s the purpose of this survey? Is it supposed to be a way to compare the relative performance of vehicles from different manufacturers? How would an organization like Consumer Reports do this? The survey is designed to look at the relative popularity of specific models and brands, which is probably why it includes two questions.