Domestic Car Quality Ticks Up

Iran’s automotive quality watchdog announced that in the month ending Oct. 22, a majority of car models gained three stars
Domestic Car Quality Ticks Up
Domestic Car Quality Ticks Up

The Iran Standards and Quality Inspection Company’s latest report shows a light improvement in the quality of domestically-manufactured and assembled automobiles during the Iranian month ending Oct. 22.
The quality watchdog is a private entity that works under contract with the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade, and publishes the rankings on its website,
The report compares the vehicles' performance with their defined quality standards and approval limits.
According to the report, the evaluation classifies the vehicles into five price groups, with the least expensive costing 1 billion rials ($3,530) and the most expensive worth 10 billion rials ($35,300).


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