In Australia’s Record on Annual Survey found that Mazda as most reputed car in auto industry apart from Toyota and Hyundai
Mazda named the most reputed car in 2016
According to an annual survey, Mazda has been named as one of the best and most reputed cars in Australia. Then it is followed by Toyota and Hyundai respectively as one of the most reputable car company in Australia. According to the Australian Corporate Reputation Index, Mazda was second in place and up by three spaces in the year 2016. After that Hyundai and Toyota also saw changes in respective spots in their own categories. These were the only auto companies registered in the strong category. Toyota dropped from second to fourth and Hyundai stays steady at 15th position. Find Mazda Wreckers That can pay you top cash for your unwanted cars.
Rankings of other auto companies
Other companies that fall within the strong category, outside the automotive includes last year’s top scorer JB Hi-Fi, Qantas, Apple, ING Direct, Samsung and Wesfarmers among others. In other places, Holden and Ford have climbed to respective positions of 32 and 34. Holden moved one place up from 35 to 34, but Ford seems to have dropped to – at least 2 places. Both were classified as average. Ford never did rank well particularly and had the best ranking of 20th position. But Holden was on the 7th position in the rankings of the year 2012.
Nissan rankings and other Australian car companies
Nissan seems to have previously featured but absent from the list in 2015. In the year 2012, it was known to rank 15th, and then falling to 17th in the year 2013 and 20th position in 2014. According to studies in AMR, they measure the overall reputation of the auto company, while factoring the views of the Australian consumer on each of company’s product and services, innovation, citizenship, workplace, leadership, governance and financial performance.
IBIS world top 2000 Company list
The study takes help of IBIS world top 2000 Company list to analyse and assess revenue generation, while the rest of the data is drawn from consumer surveys. Companies listed here are not allowed to provide data or details of their own.