Top 10 Cars With the Largest Declines in Dependability

Top 10 Cars With the Largest Declines in Dependability

1. 2010 Hyundai Genesis Sedan

Topping the charts, or rather bottoming them out is the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Sedan. This large, rear-wheel-drive four-door plummeted like a meteor in J.D. Power’s latest quality survey. The car declined by a whopping 114 problems per 100 vehicles, a devastating drop that resulted in an overall score of 195 PP100. Owners reported having issues with the seat memory and ventilation systems as well as the power tilt/telescoping steering column. For a little perspective the Genesis sedan’s decline was exactly TWICE the overall number of problems per 100 vehicles reported by Lexus RX owners, the highest-rated vehicle in the 2013 survey. Its overall score was just 57 PP100.

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    The Scion xB depicted is a 2007-09 model. The 2010-13 xB has a narrower top grille.


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