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Consumer Reports announces Top 10 most reliable domestic cars

Posted Nov 7th 2012 11:30AM

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Consumer Reports has released its top 10 list of predicted most reliable domestic-built cars from the 2012 Annual Auto Survey. The researchers chewed through their data to come up with the best vehicles in each respective segment.

The Top 10 most reliable domestic cars also had to earn a reliability rating of "average" or better and score high enough in Consumer Reports testing to earn a "recommended" rating to make this lucky list. Although highly-rated cars like the Canadian-built Chrysler 300 may come as no surprise, the list does contain a few unsung hero's from Chevrolet, Cadillac and Ford too.

Click here for a closer look at the Top 10 most reliable domestic cars and check out these short videos by Consumer Reports.


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Consumer Reports Sorts Out the Most Reliable Cars



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chamaschuk1

i dont take what these guys say very serious and the reason why is they claim fords reliability is trrible because of my ford touch ! well guess what people if your not techy or just plain and simple smart enough to operate electronics dont get the option period and if u do then get trained by a ford dealer who are always happy to teach you all that you need to know and quite simply their job to do it ! lets just look at recalls and compare whose had more in the last five years and toyota,honda nissan take the cake do the research for yourself so give it up consumer reports your terrible opinions are just that and should not be considered by anyone who buys a new cxar as its based on these peoples personel opinion and there likes and dislikes

January 19 2013 at 11:32 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
ckernzie

Consumers Reports has very little credibility with knowledgable industry watchers anymore. Their bias and un-scientific ratings just don't stack up to the likes of JD Power.

November 07 2012 at 2:32 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
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chamaschuk1

very much agree

January 19 2013 at 11:34 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
mattscx

Lol at predicted reliability rankings

November 07 2012 at 11:57 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply