Stellantis Has a Dependability Problem According to a New Study

Stellantis Has a Dependability Problem According to a New Study

A recent study has revealed that Stellantis, the world’s fourth largest automaker, has a dependability conundrum.

The study, which was conducted by JD Power, noted that Stellantis models ranked lower in dependability than the industry average. This is despite the fact that the company has invested heavily in modernizing its vehicles and developing new technologies.

The study found that the company’s vehicles had more problems than the industry average, with the most common issues being electrical and powertrain related. In particular, the company’s engines and transmissions had the most issues.

The study also found that Stellantis vehicles had higher rates of problems related to technology and infotainment systems, such as Bluetooth connections, navigation systems, and climate controls.

Overall, the study concluded that Stellantis vehicles had poorer dependability than the industry average. The company was quick to respond to the findings, noting that it will continue to invest in the development of new technologies and modernizing its vehicles.

It remains to be seen if Stellantis can address its dependability conundrum and make its products more reliable. If the company is unable to do so, it may find itself at a competitive disadvantage in the increasingly competitive global auto market.