The Nissan brand scored at the top among non-luxury brands in the 2020 Automotive Reputation Report.
Subaru, Toyota, Ford and Mini rounded out the top five for 2020, the second year for the report.
Reputation.com ranks 18,000 automotive brands and dealerships in the U.S. on a scale of 0 to 1,000 based on visibility, sentiment and engagement.
The scores are measured using online data reviews, listings, search results, social media and customer engagement on Google, Facebook, Cars.com and Edmunds.
The Nissan brand finished with a reputation score of 681 compared with 672 in 2019.
Mazda took the last-place spot, with 25 fewer points than last year at 548, replacing Mitsubishi on the bottom of the non-luxury list.
Lexus was the highest-ranking luxury brand in the U.S. with a 673 score, up one point from 2019.
Tesla ranked in the bottom three with the lowest rate for responding to negative reviews and the lowest engagement scores. Tesla scored 520, down 29 points from 2019.
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