Christian Wardlaw | August 31, 2017
Reliability is one of the most important factors considered by new-vehicle buyers when they choose a new car, truck, SUV, or van. After all, when you spend thousands of dollars on a product, you want to make sure it will last awhile without requiring major repair.
Based on data collected during annual surveys of thousands of new- and used-vehicle owners, J.D. Power knows which cars are likely to prove reliable over time. This information related to quality and dependability is converted into predicted reliability Power Circle Ratings in order to communicate these estimates in a simple and easy way.
The non-luxury sedans listed below, in alphabetical order, are top-rated in terms of predicted reliability, according to J.D. Power. When reviewing the ratings, keep in mind that they are relevant when comparing to other models within the same segment, and not across segments.
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