Originally Posted by Silvertwinkie
Anyway, I guess the bottom line is that each consumer needs to do their homework. JD Power is a good resource as are some forums that can also be great resources in helping understand quality issues both good and no so good (if used correctly). The only issue with the forums though as you pointed out, is that one has to approach the data carefully and have good analytical skills to sift through the data to weed out fact vs. fiction. I think both used together make for a well-informed consumer.
Thanks for the reply.
I completely agree. Thank you for sharing some resources to improve my information.
If you want, sometime we can discuss the "self-selection" that is inherent in forums, etc. For now, I think I will put the Cliff-ster away. I'm sure everyone agrees that is a good thing.