It takes the top spot from Lexus, who now sits at third right behind Toyota
Toyota may still be sitting comfortably at the top of the global automotive sales chart, but other carmakers are edging the Japanese titan in other aspects-reliability among them. Well, that's at least according to Consumer Reports' latest ranking of the
The same J.D. Power study shows Genesis as the most dependable brand
J.D. Power has released the results of its 2020 US Vehicle Dependability Study, and it's clear that vehicle owners are now finding that cars are becoming more reliable than ever.The study measures the number of problems per 100 vehicles (
According to US-based J.D. Power study
When the brand was younger, there was a backward belief that Lexus wasn't as good as its European counterparts, because they said it was just a Toyota underneath. But as the Japanese premium brand grew in sales and stature, even in
Followed by Porsche
According to Lexus Manila, the Japanese luxury car brand has topped the 2013 J.D. Power & Associates US Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS), the second consecutive year it has done so. This study monitors the number of problems that car owners experience with
You may be surprised by what's on top of the list
A study by a consumer warranty firm has strengthened the belief that Japanese and Korean carmakers make the most reliable vehicles. On top of the list of the most reliable 4x4s and sport-utility vehicles released by Warranty Direct is the Honda
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