Porsche 911 Highest-Rated Vehicle for 2018 Model Year

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The highest-rated model year 2018 vehicles listed on JDPower.com today follow below but leading the way is the Porsche 911. In fact, there are nothing but expensive cars on the rating list.

  • Porsche 911 (94 points)
  • Genesis G90 (93)
  • Mercedes-Benz S-Class (92)
  • Lincoln Continental (92)
  • Porsche Macan (91)
  • Lincoln Navigator (91)
  • Lexus RX (91)
  • Porsche 718 (90)
  • BMW 7 Series (90)
  • Cadillac Escalade (90)
  • Genesis G80 (90)
  • Lexus GS (90)
  • Porsche Cayenne (90)

Visitors to  the car-shopping site can measure the ownership experience of any current model by accessing the vehicle’s rating on the site’s 100-Point Score.

Power says the scores are based on depreciation and verified data from real owners in the areas of quality, dependability, performance, reviews, awards and dealership ratings.

Complementing the 100-Point Score on the website is a series of Red Blade Ratings that provide a quick, easy-to-digest investigate the vehicle data at several touchpoints.

“With nearly 600 models receiving a score of 81 or higher, car shoppers can find a high-quality vehicle that suits their wants and needs,” said Troy Snyder, Vice President, Consumer Division at J.D. Power. “In addition to the rating scores, car shoppers can see which vehicles won an award by segment, so they can rest assured that they’re making a wise purchase decision.”

The Red Blade Ratings and 100-Point Score are sourced from J.D. Power’s consumer insight data from studies such as Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS); Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI); Initial Quality Study IQS); Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL); and Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI). These studies reflect more than 3.2 million ownership experiences from vehicle models dating from model year 2013 to model year 2018.

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