Lexus Ranks Fifth in 2013 J.D. Power APEAL Study

Lexus has ranked fifth overall in the 2013 J.D. Power Automotive Performance,
Execution and Layout(APEAL) study
, which serves as the industry benchmark for new-vehicle appeal.

The 2013 APEAL Study ranks the satisfaction of 83,000 new vehicle owners, using a spectrum of 77 vehicle attributes — Lexus finished just 37 points behind industry leader Porsche.

JD Power APEAL 2013 Survey

As far as individual model awards, the 2013 Lexus LS took top spot in the Large Premium Car segment, winning out over the Audi A8 & Hyundai Genesis.

[Source: J.D. Power]

AwardsLexus LS: Fourth GenerationUSA
  • B
  • July 25, 2013
Lexus has always struggled in this survey, but matching Mercedes overall, and the LS winning it's class show Lexus is making the right moves! BD
  • D
  • July 25, 2013
Hey I don't know how to send you an article but Autoblog put an article about how Toyota's new Harrier has been leaked and it may give hints to the new RX because the RX is pretty much is the Harrier.
    haha It never was a leak though. Toyota released it themselves.