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Ford makes biggest gains in Consumer Reports annual reliability report, Japanese still lead

by John Neff (RSS feed) on Oct 27th, 2009 at 2:00PM

Consumer Reports has just released results from its annual reliability survey and the findings show that Ford has made major gains to place itself among or ahead the most reliable Japanese brands. CR reports that 90 percent of Ford, Lincoln and Mercury products scored average or better reliability, and important models like the mid-size Fusion scored above the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Not all was rosy for FoMoCo, however, as all-wheel-drive versions of the Lincoln MKS, MKX and MKZ all scored below average in reliability. General Motors had 20 of 48 models score average reliability,... Read More

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