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According to reports, when every other trade market giant was trying to get a piece of the action at the share market index, China continues to emerge as a strong economy, as the recent reports made public by the J. D. Power and Associate survey for customer sales satisfaction declared that as compared to other countries, for the best car-buying experience in the dealership figures, Chinese owners gave their best ratings to Audi sales.
However, the claim was made after the survey, which was aimed to analyze the car sales, affirmed that when it came to the delivery procedures, delivery timings, the dealership superiority and its sales staff, processes, which included all the important business transactions, Chinese dealers stood at the top.
In the meantime, the survey also interviewed, 11,496 car buyers and they were asked to rank the car sakes on the scale of 1,000 when the data was analyzed, the survey invigilators discovered that with a score of 887, Audi dealership ranked the highest.
On the other hand, Rakesh Batra, National Leader from Automotive Practice, Ernst & Young, commented, “We expect the luxury segment, though smaller in relative volumes, to grow as the customer segments for these vehicles have much larger disposable incomes and are not as impacted directly by the current economic environment”.