Chevrolet Camaro and Colorado are the most unreliable in the US marketNovember 15, 2019
The well-known rating agency Consumer Reports has published another study of the automotive market. The most interesting were the last two places. The most unreliable were the most American models.
Consumer Reports has published its annual car reliability study. This report clearly demonstrates how some companies improved quality, while others, on the contrary, fell in reliability. So, last year’s outsiders Tesla Model 3 and Model S this year received the mark “recommend”.
According to Jake Fisher, senior director of automated analysis at Consumer Reports, “Tesla Model 3 has been rapidly developing last year, and the company itself has reached such production volumes for the first time. As production stabilized, we saw a dramatic improvement in quality. ”
The most reliable cars were the regular leader of the Lexus rating. Further places were distributed as follows: Mazda, Toyota, Porsche, Genesis, Hyundai, Subaru, Dodge, Kia and MINI. Outsiders, among the brands rankings, were Cadillac (lowest score), Alfa Romeo, Acura, Volkswagen and Jeep.
Volkswagen lost nine seats compared to last year, the rating was shaken due to two models – Atlas and Tiguan. And although these models have caused a lot of complaints over the past year, the worst were the Chevrolet Colorado and Camaro.
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