The automotive industry didn’t invent the customer satisfaction survey. But when it comes to asking buyers what they think of the product, the place of purchase, the "customer experience" and more, arguably no one pumps consumers for feedback like today’s auto industry. Those surveys are important, well intended and overall useful in helping manufacturers evaluate dealers and themselves. But are they overdone? Is it necessary for vehicle buyers to get surveyed three or four times by ...
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