Japanese Brands Shine, American Automakers Tumble in Consumer Reports' Latest Reliability Survey

While speaking at a gathering of the Automotive Press Association in Detroit Jake Fisher, director of auto testing at Consumer Reports said, “The moral of the story is… the early adopters get penalized in terms of reliability.”

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Korean Brands Soar, Japanese Cars Lag Behind in J.D. Power Initial Quality Study

The initial quality of vehicles coming from Korean automakers is up while Japanese brands are under performing according to the J.D. Power 2015 U.S. Initial Quality Study. 

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Top Rated Vehicles by Class in the 2015 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study

Four different brands have managed to capture four J.D. Power Initial Quality awards for their vehicles.

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Honda's New Development Chief Aims to Re-inject Excitement

From the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s, there was no question that Honda was an enthusiast oriented brand. This was not only reflected in it’s product portfolio, especially the likes of the Civic, CRX and Prelude, but also in its marketing campaigns and motorsports programs.

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Ford Says Improved SYNC, MyFordTouch Arriving

In response to falling quality and criticisms over its MyFord Touch and SYNC info entertainment systems, Ford Motor Company is taking steps to improve the situation.

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Honda, Toyota Falling Behind in Key Market Segments

When it comes to family sedans and smaller cars and SUVs, for the last two decades, Honda and Toyota ranked as top choices for many Americans. Not any more. It seems that more and more U.S. motorists that once drove Corollas, Civics, Accords and Camrys exclusively are now looking at alternatives.

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