---- — Porsche tops in survey of quality
DETROIT — Porsche is the top performer in an annual survey of new vehicle quality.
J.D. Power questioned more than 83,000 U.S. car owners about problems with their 2013 vehicles in the first 90 days of ownership.
In the results released Wednesday, Porsche, GMC, Lexus, Infiniti and Chevrolet owners reported the fewest problems. The worst performing brands were Scion, Fiat, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Mini.
The top complaints this year involved voice recognition systems that didn’t understand commands and Bluetooth systems that didn’t connect to drivers’ phones. Wind noise was also a big complaint.
Honda had the top-performing small car and small SUV, with the Honda Civic and Honda CR-V. The highest-ranking midsize car was the Toyota Camry.
Netflix to expand into the Netherlands
LOS GATOS, Calif. — Netflix is going Dutch.
The online video giant says it will expand into the Netherlands, its 41st country, later this year.
Subscribers will be able to stream Hollywood fare, local TV series and Netflix originals like “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development” on TVs, game consoles, computers and mobile devices.
Netflix Inc. didn’t offer details on pricing, saying only there would be a “low monthly price.”
As of the end of March, Netflix had 29.2 million streaming subscribers in the U.S. and 7.1 million internationally. Those figures are up 5.8 million and 4.1 million respectively from a year ago.
Netflix, which launched its streaming video service in 2007, expanded to Canada in 2010, Latin America in 2011 and the U.K., Ireland, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway last year.
Netflix’s stock increased $4.56, or 2 percent, to $233.39 in morning trading Wednesday.