Honda's Web Site Tops Usability Survey... Again
Back in the day, we'd have to drive to a local car dealership to check out the different models and options, and to maybe even bring home a colorful brochure with the same information. These days, we just start up Firefox, type in a URL, and virtually shop for cars from the comfort of our own homes. But not every car maker's Web site is as good as the next.
According to a Web site usability survey conducted by J.D. Power, Honda's site took top honors based on such parameters as appearance, speed, navigation, and content, with a score of 882 out of 1,000. This is the second year in a row that Honda has been recognized by the survey, so, clearly, they're doing something right. The top five sites were, in order: Honda, Porsche, Mitsubishi, Kia and Acura. Check out the full story to see what car maker got the lowest score. (We were pretty surprised, actually.) [From: Autoblog]
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