Top 10 Most Reliable Cars: 2018 Consumer Reports

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Lexus Tops, Dodge Flops on 2016 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

For the fifth straight year, Lexus is the top brand brand in the J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study while Dodge sits at the bottom. 

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Fiat Finishes Last in JD Power Dependability Study

Fiat is not having a great week. 

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Top 10 Most Reliable Cars of 2014

Buying a new car can be a daunting experience and the last thing you want to do is have to go back to have to serviced to fix an issue that shouldn’t have been there in the first place.

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Top 10 Most Reliable Cars Under $25K

In the market for a cheap, affordable vehicle that won’t cause you headaches after a few years of ownership? AutoGuide has compiled a Top 10 list of the most reliable vehicles on today’s market under $25,000 based on data from Consumer Reports‘ 2013 Annual Auto Survey.

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Toyota Tops, Ford Bottoms Out in Latest Consumer Reports Reliability Survey

Ford has dropped to the near-bottom of the latest Consumer Reports reliability survey, while Toyota’s Scion division takes the top spot. 

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Top 10 Most Reliable Family Cars

Sometimes it’s pretty difficult to determine what makes a vehicle reliable. But one sound way is to look back and see how much the average repair cost was for a vehicle over three to five years, and seeing which ones suffered the least breakdowns.

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Scion Tops Reliabilty List, Chrysler Slumin' It at the Bottom

The latest Consumer Reports reliability study is certainly packed full of more info than you can summarize in one article. That being said, we thought a followup to yesterday’s overview was in order with some added focus on some of the best and worst vehicles and automakers in the industry.

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Honda, Toyota Top Latest Reliabilty Study; Domestics Improve, European Brands Faulter

Consumer Reports has released its latest reliability study and while little has changed in respect to the industry-leading Asian brands, domestic automakers are catching up. Toyota and Honda each recorded the highest scores in five vehicle segments in the 2010 Annual Auto Survey, while General Motors posted considerable improvements while Ford is ranked best among domestic automakers.

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