Automotive US

The Keynote Automotive Performance Index measures the total execution time and success rate for browsing the model overview area of an auto site. This includes the home page, model overview, photo gallery and the specifications pages. Measurements are collected from the ten largest U.S. metropolitan areas (Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.) on high-speed links attached to key points on the largest U.S. Internet Service Provider (ISP) backbones.

Automotive US performance index for the:

Rank Target Response time (sec) Success rate (%) Outage hours Time to first paint (sec) Total time to interactive page (sec) Total user experience time (sec)
1 Chevrolet 6.75 99.38 0 0.88 5.28 7.57
2 Mercedes 6.76 100.0 0 0.66 3.26 8.3
3 Subaru 7.96 100.0 0 0.66 5.16 18.25
4 Nissan 8.28 99.77 0 0.48 9.71 20.78
5 Buick 8.89 99.44 0 0.93 7.48 13.95
6 Hyundai 10.21 99.89 0 1.9 14.26 14.37
7 Volkswagen 10.25 99.6 0 0.64 8.1 13.09
8 GMC 10.3 100.0 0 0.89 10.43 15.32
9 Cadillac 10.6 99.88 0 0.92 11.89 18.19
10 Lexus 11.39 100.0 0 0.77 4.24 14.8
11 Lincoln 11.81 99.07 0 0.78 8.52 16.22
12 Mazda 11.83 99.89 0 0.91 8.36 19.23
13 Auto Index 11.83 99.55 0 0.89 9.82 18.25
14 Kia 11.95 100.0 0 0.69 12.08 24.55
15 BMW 12.01 99.41 0 0.54 9.73 16.89
16 Dodge 12.92 98.49 0 0.97 17.57 29.96
17 Ford 13.36 99.31 0 1.12 7.95 21.99
18 Mitsubishi 13.67 99.53 0 1.26 13.38 16.05
19 Jeep 14.79 98.55 0 0.84 20.38 44.58
20 Honda 14.95 99.49 0 1.51 13.49 27.49
21 Chrysler 17.27 99.21 0 1.13 16.63 35.92
22 Infiniti 17.29 98.96 0 0.88 11.28 27.69
23 Acura 17.49 100.0 0 1.85 19.0 36.08
24 Toyota 20.66 100.0 0 1.23 9.9 29.22