The most loved car in America in 2014 is the Mercedes-Benz. The most hated car in America in 2014 is the Acura. MarketWatch has published the list of America’s most loved and hated cars in 2014 on Tuesday. The list is compiled from data crunched via the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Overall, the survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index shows that customers’ satisfaction with their vehicles has slumped to the lowest customer satisfaction ratings since 2009. The survey shows that customers’ satisfaction with both domestic as well as foreign automakers has hit a five-year low in 2014. The overall scores have fallen 1.2 percent from the scores listed in 2013. The automobile that fell most regarding customer satisfaction is Acura which fell 7 percent. Only 10 percent of the vehicles increased in customer satisfaction in the past year. As distressing as the list may be, the published report came up with the ten most loved and ten most hated vehicles in the United States. Here are the lists.
The Most Loved Cars in America
The Most Hated Cars in America
In spite of the opinions of car owners regarding their cars, some may believe it is all about the best selling cars in America. In August of 2014, AOL published a list of the nation’s top sellers. On the top vehicle sellers’ list, Ford F-Series came out on top. In July 2014, according to the report, there were 63,240 sold which was in increase of 4.6 percent over July of 2013. According to the report, no other vehicle even came close to the Ford F-Series.
Rounding out the top five sellers are Chevrolet Silverado with 42,097 sales in July 2014. Number three is Toyota Camry with 39,888 in sales. Number four is Ram 1500-3500 with 35,621 in sales. At number five is Honda Accord with 35,073 in sales. Completing the top ten are Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Nissan Altima at number ten.