Survey: Car owners having issues with driver-assist systems
DETROIT (AP) — Auto companies are starting to get a handle on buggy infotainment systems, but advanced driver-assist systems are emerging as a problem area.
That’s among the findings of the annual quality survey by J.D. Power.
The survey asks new-vehicle owners to report problems during their first three months of ownership.
Overall, the number of problems reported by owners held steady from last year at a record-low 93 per 100 vehicles. Korean brands Genesis, Kia and Hyundai claimed the top three spots for the second year in a row. Jaguar, Land Rover and Alfa Romeo owners reported the most problems.