Consumer Reports has released its list of the top 10 cars it predicts will give new owners fewer problems than its competitors. Based on data collected on 640,000 vehicles, Consumer Reports has released its Annual Reliability Survey, which studies 17 trouble areas to determine a Predicted Reliability Score for a vehicle.
Trouble areas range from broken interior trim to major issues like out-of-warranty transmission repairs, and the Predicted Reliability Score is combined with data collected from the publication's track testing, as well as owner-satisfaction survey results and safety data to determine an overall score.
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The most reliable and also the cheapiest European car is Renault Logan. It's just half the price of a VW Jetta but you can drive it up to 700,000 km or 500,000 miles with the original engine and gear box. It's used as a taxi in many Eastern European countries. It's very cheap to maintain since nothing gets broken. It's even more reliable than a Toyota Corolla.
Kia Niro...call me when it's out for 10-15 years and can match Toyota and Honda in reliability.. NOT to say I don't like Kia. However, reliability should be based on how a car performs over a long haul...very long haul. Also AUTOGUIDE. Do me a favor, I'll lend you the calculator if you need it. Go through your videos within the last year, count the discrepancies, like "wow". I don't know what to believe.
Well, could we please get a list again when these cars are more than 5-10-15 years old.
new cars dont break down..
So.. I imagin the Kia at no1 is a the top of the list because no one bought it and therefore not a single one of them ever drove a mile and never broke down !
This list is stupid,them cars are all new, most reliable cars are the 90s Toyota Corolla 4age,or any Toyota in the 90s,Honda in the 90s were as good as a Toyota,so was the Nissan in the 90s,all cars over 2003 are shit,even Toyota and Honda has gone to fuck,I've owned over 125 performances cars over the years and I won't buy a car after 2003,cause there shit,
My favorite car was the 1995 Maxima I bought new back in the day. Drove it 512,000km never broke down once and never burnt a drop of oil. Only thing I did to engine was a starter and belts. Sold it for $800 7 years ago to a local mechanic and his wife is still driving it!! Needless to say bought a 1999 maxima for my 18 year old son with low km, and today just bought a 2001 Maxima SE 20th anniversary for the 16 year old that is in super nice shape with only 180,000km.
Reliability based on survey is complete BS. people bought kia might think it's reliable for the money, tend to rate it higher than a person paid 55K for the car. Also, a car have no features would always have better reliability with a car with a ton of electronics. But do you want to drive it?
These are some funny facts. Kindly remember people are no longer uninformed of the real facts. For you to even make this video with such bogus facts is really entertaining to watch your channel make a fool out of itself. Good Luck...
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