The importance of fuel economy is on the decline among vehicle buyers in Thailand, with engine and transmission performance for passenger cars and audio, entertainment and navigation systems for pickup trucks becoming more important. The changing demand is revealed in J.D. Power Asia Pacific Inc.’s 7th annual Thailand Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) study. The survey polls consumers in Thailand regarding their new vehicle's performance and design during the first two ...
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