Nine Car Brands Americans Keep the Longest

Nine Car Brands Americans Keep the Longest


Beating its sister division and earning an eighth-place finish is Chrysler. When traded in, the average age of a pentastar vehicle is six years, just like Dodge.

In comparison, the average Chrysler buyer is 55 years old and apparently isolated from all media; either that or they simply don’t care about quality.

The company’s vehicles were rated least dependable of any major manufacturer by J.D. Power and Associates. Chrysler buyers are advised to keep a pair of comfortable shoes in their vehicle at all times. The chance of going for an unexpected walk are high.

  • Angel

    It’s a shame Volvo doesn’t get as much exposure in the States.  Don’t really care much about the other models but the XC60 is an amazing car to drive.