If you were to buy a car based on its reliability reputation alone, what would you get?
Would you take home a Honda or Acura because of their legendary commitment to being problem-free? Would you purchase a Toyota because you know they routinely go 300,000 miles or more?
Would you avoid Jaguar and Land Rover at all costs because of their reputation for spending more time in the shop than on the road?
J.D. Power’s annual U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, released yesterday, reinforces some of those preconceived notions while turning others on their head. Continue reading >>>