Quality, not price, was the main factor Chinese consumers considered when buying new vehicles in 2011, according to J.D. Power and Associates. Quality, taken together with brand reputation/reliability and recommendations from family and friends, formed the top three reasons influencing a purchase decision, J.D. Power said at a media briefing held in Beijing on Feb. 10 citing data from a recent survey of new car buyers in China. The top three reasons accounted for 42% of the survey ...

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