Honda finishes above Mercedes and Toyota in UK Customer Satisfaction Index
4 February 2009

Honda has been voted the best manufacturer for customer service, according to a recent survey.

The UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) surveyed 24,000 people who voted for companies in a variety of different sectors including retail, leisure, finance and utilities.

Honda topped the list of car manufacturers, followed by Mercedes-Benz and Toyota.

Overall satisfaction for the car industry stood at 75 per cent, down by one per cent from the last results, published by the UKCSI in July 2008.

George Barrow

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