19 Most Dependable Cars on the Road

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2015 Vehicle Dependability Results
Research firm J.D. Power and Associates has been producing its annual U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study for the past 26 years. The 2015 study examines problems experienced in the last 12 months by original owners of 2012 model-year vehicles, with overall dependability determined by the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles (PP100). A lower score indicates higher dependability. As cars become more technologically advanced, the issues experienced by new-car owners have evolved as well. Problems most reported in the last 12 months concerned Bluetooth connectivity and voice recognition. Not surprisingly, 2012 was the year many manufacturers made these high-tech features standard equipment in their vehicles. Let’s look at the brands and models that J.D. Power considers most dependable.

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2 thoughts on “19 Most Dependable Cars on the Road

  1. would like your most honest and professional opinion about the line of Honda odessey’s compared to other minivans

  2. Really? GMC and Chevrolet trucks are more reliable than Ford? You must have voted for Obama and have your head up your @$$>

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