|Peugeot has out-performed many Japanese brands for the third consecutive year in the latest J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study in the UK.
Peugeot’s 208 also took class honours as the most dependable vehicle in the small car category, beating-out well known Korean and Japanese marques.
The 2018 J. D. Power survey results show Peugeot’s overall dependability to be 15 per cent higher than the industry average and eighth overall – well ahead of the highest-ranked luxury brand and 21 faults per 100 vehicles less than industry average.
The 208 is offered in Australia with a 5 year warranty and the latest J.D. Power results coincide with sharp drive-away offers on the Peugeot 208 range, with savings of between $2,500 and $4,700 on the model.
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|Rumours are spreading that Buick will delay its electric-car plans as a consequence of parent company General Motors being in sight of capping out on its ability to offer the US$7,500 federal tax credit to Buick customers.
General Motors was early to market with plug-in hybrids and electric cars and this places the automaker at a major disadvantage in terms of the US federal tax credit.
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