Results of Vehicle Dependability Study in Iran

Results of Vehicle Dependability Study in IranResults of Vehicle Dependability Study in Iran

Iran Standard and Quality Inspection Co. has carried out a Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS), which indicates that cars made/assembled locally show unacceptably high levels of wear and tear after less than a year on the road.
The company talked with 14,263 people who bought vehicles during the six months to June 2017. The car owners were asked about their satisfaction with their new vehicles—three months after the purchase and 12 months later. Close to 90% of those surveyed were men and 48% of them were between 31 to 45 years old.
Respondents were questioned about 24 indexes including performance and quality of brakes, engines, electronics, and tires. In each category vehicles could receive up to 1,000 points. The results of the survey are available on
ISQI is a private auditing agency which carries out surveys and tests on behalf of the Ministry of Industries. In its latest report the agency compared the results of a Vehicle Dependability Study and an Initial Quality Study.


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