For the second straight year the Chevrolet Volt is atop Consumer Reports’ annual owner-satisfaction ranking.
The magazine said today, November 29th, that 92% of the questioned Volt owners said they would certainly buy a Volt again. The Volt managed to surpass other fuel-efficient models such as Nissan’s Leaf electric car and Toyota’s Camry Hynrid, Prius and Prius C.
The Volt’s two-year reign “points to the continuing trend of owners’ enthusiasm for cars that are fuel-efficient cars, especially as we see more and more hybrid and electric models hitting the market,” Rik Paul, Consumer Reports’ auto editor, said in a statement.
The top spots in the sports car category were taken by the Chevy Corvette, Porsche 911, the V8 Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang, while in the luxury models category, Audi A7 and A6 as well as Lexus GS were the most chosen ones.
The model to receive the lowest rating was the Nissan Versa, followed by the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, the Nissan Armada, the Suzuki SX4 and the Mitsubishi Outlander SUVs. The survey was made on 350,000 owners of 2010-2013 model year vehicles who has to answer the question “Considering all factors — price, reliability, comfort, enjoyment, etc., — would you get this car if you had it to do all over again?”