J.D. Power Dependability Study

Lexus, Porsche, Toyota, Buick: America's most dependable brands
Lexus, Porsche, Toyota, Buick: America's most dependable brands

In the market for a car--maybe one that's a little gently used? You're in luck: this week, J.D. Power published its 2017 Vehicle Dependability Study, showing which brands are likely to cause the fewest headaches down the road. The Dependability Study is a bit like Power's equally popular Initial...Read More»

2016 J.D. Power Dependability Study
2016 J.D. Power Dependability Study: Technology Problems On The Rise

J.D. Power has unveiled its 2016 Dependability Study, and while some of the findings seem unsurprising, the study's brand rankings hint at interesting changes. Power's Vehicle Dependability Study is one of the company's best, gathering a wealth of information about vehicles during their third year...Read More»

Next-generation BMW iDrive interface, 2015 Consumer Electronics Show
Auto Dependability Increasingly Defined By Tech Woes, Not Breakdowns

Which is more disabling: A component failure that makes you late to work one morning, or a connectivity system that fails, almost every single day, to connect to your smartphone? While in-car tech features were not all that long ago considered separate from dependability, consumers are increasingly...Read More»

J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study
J.D. Power: Vehicle Dependability Drops For The First Time In Over 15 Years

America's auto industry has been on a roll recently, boasting stronger sales, better-built cars, and higher approval ratings from customers. That makes J.D. Power's latest Dependability Study all the more surprising, since it shows that vehicle dependability has dropped for the first time in more...Read More»

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