Most Reliable Cars on the Road
Auto journalists do their best to point us toward the most dependable cars on the market. JD Power’s Dependability Study and Consumer Reports’ reliability rankings study the cars that break down the least often and perform the best in collisions. Here are some of the most reliable cars on the road.
When it comes to small cars, one car that drivers have found never lets them down is the Honda Fit. Easy to repair, holding its value well, and always ready to go, the Fit is a great choice for a reliable vehicle. The Buick Verano and Fiat 500 are also extremely dependable small cars—JD Power named them the most dependable in their segments based on the 2013 models.
When it comes to compact sedans, you can’t beat the Prius. Drivers love the Prius, which is why a huge number of Priuses purchased in the last twenty years are still on the road. The Prius v and c have both recently won awards for dependability. The Chevy Malibu is an industry favorite in the mid-size sedan segment, while the Buick LaCrosse takes the
SUVs cover a lot of ground too. The Buick Encore is consistently recognized as one of the leading compact SUVs, and the GMC Yukon and Nissan Murano are popular picks for mid-size and large SUVs. JD Power and DigitalTrends.com both have great suggestions for reliable cars, so check out their thoughts!