Toyota models make up half of Consumer Reports' 10 most reliable cars
For many people, the absolute worst thing they could experience with a car is for it to break or have a problem. The good news is, there are cars that will ease the anxiety of their owners with infrequent trips to the shop. According to Consumer Reports, using data from its annual survey of subscribers, the following ten vehicles are the most reliable in the country, and are ordered from most to least reliable.
Any of these vehicles should be a solid choice if the most important consideration in your car-buying decision is predicted reliability. That said, they aren't all vehicles that Autoblog's editors would recommend as fun to drive. We've provided links to our own driving impressions on these vehicles where possible.
Interestingly, five of the slots are taken up by Toyota brands. In total six cars come from Japan, three from Germany, and only one from the States. Also, brands from only five automakers made the list. Click on to see what cars are the most trouble-free. And if you want to see what cars you should avoid, check out the list of the least reliable models in America.