Iranian Car Ranking Released

According to the ISQI ranking, domestically-made vehicles have recorded a slight improvement
Iranian Car Ranking Released
Iranian Car Ranking Released

Iran Standards and Quality Inspection Company has released a report on the quality of domestically-produced cars surveyed during the Iranian month ending April 20. 
The quality watchdog is a private enterprise that works on contract with the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade, and publishes the ranking on its website.
The report classifies the cars in five price ranges, from the cheapest costing 870 million rials ($3,655) to the most expensive costing around 10 billion rials ($42,000). 
The company quotes the vehicles’ factory price, while the vehicles are sold in the open market at a much higher price. The vehicles are then ranked from one, representing the lowest quality, to a maximum of five stars.
According to the ISQI ranking, the domestically-made cars recorded a slight improvement in recent rounds. 


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