Trim Masters tops J.D. Power seat rankings

  • 01-Aug-2008 03:34 EDT

With only 3.8 problems per 100 vehicles (PP100) reported by consumers, Trim Masters Inc. tops J.D. Power and Associates' recent seat quality survey. Rounding out the top 10 were, in order: NKH Sring Co. Ltd. with 4.6 PP100; TS Tech Co. Ltd., 5.4; Toyo Seat Co. Ltd., 5.6; Tachi-S Co. Ltd., 5.7; Lear Corp., 5.8; Faurecia SA and Toyota Boshoku Corp., each with 5.9; Setex Inc., 6.1; and Johnson Controls Inc., 6.4. The industry average was 6.2. J.D. Power says seat controls accounted for the majority of reported problems.

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