Jaguar Ranks Second among Industry Brands in 2014 Initial Quality Study
All-New F-TYPE Ranks Second among Midsize Premium Sporty Cars
Jaguar ranks second in initial quality among all automotive brands, according to the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM (IQS). Jaguar achieves an overall score of 87 problems per 100 vehicles (PP100), which is 29 PP100 fewer than the industry average and 24 PP100 fewer than the Premium brand average. Jaguar’s overall score is a 17-point improvement from the 2013 study, and the brand jumps seven rank positions in 2014. Additionally, the all-new F-TYPE ranks second among Midsize Premium Sporty Cars, achieving high levels of initial quality in its launch year.