Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Everything You Should Know in New Study Found for Drivers Really Want

RealAutoTips. - Do you ever get question like what would you choose if you could have any of the latest technology now in your car or truck? Other question maybe will ask about would latest technology be autonomous capabilities that enable your vehicle to do all the driving and maybe something that delivers a higher level of connectivity for sending and receiving texts and e-mails?

What drivers REALLY want (Hint: Not connectivity)
What drivers REALLY want (Hint: Not connectivity) / Yahoo Autos

According the study that done by J.D. Power found that innovations that will keep them safe are more interested by vehicle owners.  Still from this new study that blind spot detection and collision prevention systems are two of the most-desired of ones.

Kristin Kolodge, an executive director at J.D. Power said that Consumers are placing a higher level of trust in crash avoidance technology that are becoming used to hearing a chime and looking in the passenger mirror and realizing they shouldn't try to change lanes and keep people from making bad decisions when they are driving.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also show their new data that an estimated 14,950 people died in motor vehicle traffic crashes in the first half of 2014. That's not to say drivers aren't interested in the technology, although in-car connectivity didn't top the list.

This new study found that 17 percent of respondents selected that option. This study surveyed 5,300 consumers also show us that when it came to choosing which operating system they'd want in their vehicle, Kolodge said consumers were loyal to their mobile phones.

He also said that it is surprising when he see the level of loyalty consumers have to their phone. If the phone has Apple (AAPL) or Google (GOOGL)'s Android operating system, that's what they want in their vehicles. He also add that in many ways, their phone's operating system appears to be more important to consumers than the model of the vehicle they are thinking about buying.

So, from this new found in new study could eventually push automakers to offer both systems in their models. For more that 19 percent of respondents chose that technology for self-driving cars.

Source: CNBC.com (April 23, 2015)  

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