Consumer Reports 2017 Top Car Brands

Comments: 249

  • Tapatío hot sauce

    Honda should easily be on the top 5 wtf!

  • Jesus Fingers
    Jesus Fingers 6 days ago

    For those that are reliant on stereotypes for their views on certain brands of cars, German cars are very reliable as a whole but there are some interesting quirks depending on make and model that you won't find on any American cars.

  • M T
    M T 6 days ago

    My wife has a 2015 Honda Civic 30,000 miles zero issues. My 2012 Honda Civic 72,000 miles zero issues. My 2001 Honda Civic 206,742 miles zero parts replaced. The problem is new CVT transmission people these days drive full throttle every light and blow up transmissions. I don't drive my Honda's like a race car, I drive my sports car like a sports car.

  • Dylansoawesome
    Dylansoawesome 8 days ago

    I don't believe this video at all! Ask reputable mechanics about these cars! Normally they say German cars are not reliable and are endless money pits, as are most luxury cars except for Japanese luxury cars. Also they usually say Toyota/Lexus and Honda are the most reliable and will last the longest with Toyota/Lexus being top reliability! Given that these people repair cars, I trust them more that a source that gives "predicted reliability" as if that means anything.

  • Steve Wise
    Steve Wise 8 days ago

    JD Power ranks Audi in the bottom 10 worst auto makers in initial quality and number of complaints. The same for Mazda and Subaru ranking low as well. The only thing CR and JD Power agree upon is Fiat and Jeep both being lousy automakers.

  • Ahmad Alzain
    Ahmad Alzain 9 days ago

    Audi is the best and its so cheap for what it can do

  • Rekt communist
    Rekt communist 9 days ago

    audi topped lexus? greatest joke ever!

  • theherobrinestar
    theherobrinestar 9 days ago

    thats suprising because my dad has a 2000 mazda protege and its reallllllllllly rusty and bad.

  • Kasey Guerra
    Kasey Guerra 16 days ago

    How did you forget Honda .....

  • Christian Lanctot
    Christian Lanctot 18 days ago

    BMW?. First day I had my 328, the driver's side mirror cracked. Tons of electrical problems too. When the lease was over, I was glad to see it go. Expensive piece of junk. Then I got my 10 year old Accord which has never had a problem. EVER! BMW Recommended? Talk to owners first, it's 50% recommended only.

  • Kenneth Bevineau
    Kenneth Bevineau 18 days ago

    These are great cars within 50k miles or less because of free maintenance. After 50k you have the Japanese makers. They make great reliable vehicles.

  • Marjat Sanchez
    Marjat Sanchez 25 days ago

    I have a question. What is the best brand, Honda Accord or Toyota?

  • Greg H.
    Greg H. 27 days ago

    My only question is, Why are the top four brands luxury?

  • Michael Hart
    Michael Hart 1 month ago

    performer structural himself superior invisible safety effectiveness control.

  • Masdow Gaming
    Masdow Gaming 1 month ago

    Audi Is Unluxury Now

  • nathan5508
    nathan5508 1 month ago

    audi ftw!

  • Trades46
    Trades46 1 month ago

    Porsche drivers who don't own 718 or 911 really are paying more for the badge than the vehicle. I never seen a car like the Cayenne or Macan where the cars are so devoid of creature comforts & an options list as long or as ridiculously expensive this side of Rolls Royce or Bentley.

  • Cody Koala
    Cody Koala 1 month ago

    audi HAhahahahahahhahahahahaha OMG i cant stop laugh!!!!!!

  • Momo TV
    Momo TV 1 month ago

    Bmw is diffently the best car i have ever owned

  • Kyle Erickson
    Kyle Erickson 1 month ago

    I can say that my Jetta is a piece of shit. although I love the way it drives when it works. I'm supprised that the Jeep Wrangler and grand Cherokee aren't even recommended

  • 1ndianman
    1ndianman 2 months ago

    How reliable is the 2017 GMC Yukon?

  • Hagan Shows
    Hagan Shows 2 months ago

    German cars FTW!

  • YHW
    YHW 2 months ago

    I saved money to buy e 350 now everybody says they are not reliable anymore

  • William Shinn
    William Shinn 2 months ago

    Honda? Nissan? Hyundai? Mercedes?

  • Albert S.
    Albert S. 3 months ago

    yah porsche

  • Bargainteers
    Bargainteers 3 months ago

    I own a BMW 1000 RR. I haven't had a problem since I've owned in the last two years

  • OutOfThisWorldTV
    OutOfThisWorldTV 3 months ago

    As a mechanic i can tell you for 100% some of those top 10 should not be in top 10 for sure 👌🏻

  • frothymcmead
    frothymcmead 3 months ago

    Mazda made this list!? Go ahead and buy a malevolent, aggravating, zero dependable, abomination if you want.  I would gladly go to prison for punching the CEO of this company. My Mazda 5 has devastated my finances. The engine jumped time because it went 60 miles past its oil change. The transmission tanked. The thermostat costs $500.00 to replace. The back windshield wiper costs $100.00 to replace. The key cost $450.00 dollars to replace. Four mechanics have told me they decided not to get a Mazda because of my car.

    • Saul Villalobos
      Saul Villalobos 1 month ago

      Must be cause the mazda 5s still used ford sourced engine components, heard a whole lotta negative reviews on those. I think mazda discontinued the 5, along with the cx7s.


  • LastWonderland
    LastWonderland 3 months ago

    Audi = 86%, VW = 25%. Too bad Audi is a VW with nicer materials...

    SORRY but this is bullshit, most people that can afford a brand new luxury car will sell it before the warranty is gone.

    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      Audi and Vw are actually independent manufacturers, and develop drivetrains and chassis independently. Unlike GM, where one company throws out a platform and everybody has to use it for the next 20 years until none of them is profitable.


  • Double Trouble
    Double Trouble 3 months ago

    fuck audi. they sucks.

  • Misha W.
    Misha W. 4 months ago

    where is mercedes?

  • kn7gez
    kn7gez 4 months ago

    Bunch of BS. What a Dork

  • James Smith
    James Smith 4 months ago

    Where Mercedes at

  • Matthew Shields
    Matthew Shields 4 months ago

    I absolutely love my 2015 Mazda 3, it's great!

    • Saul Villalobos
      Saul Villalobos 1 month ago

      Proud owner of a 16 mazda 3. Best car ive ever owned so far!


  • Concept Creator
    Concept Creator 4 months ago

    and volvo is where....

  • Ur mom xD
    Ur mom xD 4 months ago

    the main reason to buy Audi: they have Dynamic turn signal

  • Britney Army Always & Forever!

    Japanese > German > American, reliability-wise.

  • Matt Smith
    Matt Smith 4 months ago

    "Audi did very well in our reliability surveys..."

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    • Matt Smith
      Matt Smith 3 months ago

      Never got my potty training either?


    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      I don't think you have ever driven a car?


  • MrWeshill
    MrWeshill 4 months ago

    Honda not even mentioned?

    • Ur mom xD
      Ur mom xD 4 months ago

      MrWeshill Honda in the last few years is shit


  • Richard Cory
    Richard Cory 4 months ago

    I liked Audi until they decided to get political with their ads.

  • Lyndon
    Lyndon 4 months ago

    Sorry but Audi sucks, BMW sucks, if you are going to buy german at least buy Benz you are better off. At least from my experience and those I have known that drive Audi and BMW. I personally would drive a Ford before I touched a BMW or Audi and I own a mercedes C class. Very well put together zero issues so far with 80 k on it. Only had thermostat replaced that was it.

  • Tv anggg
    Tv anggg 4 months ago

    mitsubishi the only bad Japanese brand.... I mean they have the evo. But besides that.. what else do they have

  • Viren vs
    Viren vs 4 months ago

    Bmw 3rd place???? 😂😂😂😂😂
    I'm sorry. I can't take you seriously anymore.

  • DAVID TRIANA
    DAVID TRIANA 4 months ago

    FIAT is the new YUGO!

  • Erik Darmawan
    Erik Darmawan 4 months ago

    Honda?

  • Captain Jack
    Captain Jack 4 months ago

    How on earth did BMW and Audi finish ahead of Lexus?? If reliability is what drives these scores no way they could finish so high. I suspect some money changed hands somewhere in the compiling of this list. And Mazda ahead of Toyota and Honda.?? Come on guys, at least make it look like you actually tried.

  • David Arndt
    David Arndt 4 months ago

    Predicted reliability guys ....

  • David Arndt
    David Arndt 4 months ago

    Audi/VW lmao hmmm didn't vw lie ?

  • Brandon Greenaway
    Brandon Greenaway 4 months ago

    who cares about consumers reports I work on cars they are all junk

  • Guy Roussel
    Guy Roussel 4 months ago

    Mitusibishi as unreliable ? Not at all agree. It is more reliable than any German brand . It is on top with Toyota and Honda. BMW ,Audi and Mercedese are the worst brands on the road today. Porche is the most reliable of the German brands. I`d buy a 911 or a 929 GT RS before i`d buy an Audi ,BMW or Mercedes

  • Davin Peterson
    Davin Peterson 4 months ago

    That's interesting that Volkswagen is less reliable that Audi. Since VW makes Audi as Audi is VW's luxury brand.

    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      "VW makes Audi".. what does that even mean?!


  • Davin Peterson
    Davin Peterson 4 months ago

    Back in 2003, when we bought a Toyota Camry, Toyota had more recommended models than any other brand. We still drive that '03 Camry today, which has been reliable.

  • Jonathan Guan
    Jonathan Guan 4 months ago

    says lexus is very good, shows a lexus nx, ranked by consumer reports to be pretty bad

  • Uros Stojanov
    Uros Stojanov 4 months ago

    Where the hell is mercedes?

    • Rick Tobin
      Rick Tobin 4 months ago

      Uros Stojanov I would suspect it came in last


  • imuger imuger
    imuger imuger 4 months ago

    How do you know that Audi, BMW and Porsche are suddenly reliable? The first year they may be ok, but on the long term they just suck! Go for a Toyota, Hyundai/Kia and Mazda instead...

    • imuger imuger
      imuger imuger 4 months ago

      Uros Stojanov i assume your Hyundai came as usual with a 5y warranty, so the term 'I replaced' gets a different point of view. And no idea where you live, but if its not North Korea I can't see where people don't wanna buy a 5y old Hyundai ;-)


    • Uros Stojanov
      Uros Stojanov 4 months ago

      imuger imuger trust me, after 5 years of owning a Hyundai, I can't agree with you. I replaced more parts on it for 5 years, than I replaced on my Mercedes for 10 years, surely. And I can't sell them now because no one would like to buy them!


  • Justin E
    Justin E 4 months ago

    No mention of Hyundai or Kia, fuck this channel.

    • kim nas
      kim nas 2 months ago

      Justin E kia build quality is poor.


  • Peter Schmidt
    Peter Schmidt 4 months ago

    People REALLY need to stop putting personal anecdotes into consideration. Just because you had a crappy car it doesn't mean the brand hasn't improved.

  • MrDreamTV
    MrDreamTV 4 months ago

    but.... where is Honda. or Kia. or ferrari

  • Edwin Ortiz
    Edwin Ortiz 4 months ago

    European cars: Making mechanics out of their owners since the 1900's

  • George #GeorgeCaragea
    George #GeorgeCaragea 4 months ago

    If I had to listen to Consumer Reports latest reliability talk, " Toyota introduced ESC in 2004, before anyone else". In fact, they did introduced ESC in 2004 which was called differently. However, ESC was introduced in 1995 by Mercedes Benz followed by BMW in the same year. For BMW was called ESP ( Electronic Stability Program). So, Toyota did it...only 9 years later.

  • BaldCreations
    BaldCreations 4 months ago

    And how is Audi + Porsche the top spots and VW fell ?

    • BaldCreations
      BaldCreations 4 months ago

      martypython oh wait I get your joke now lol


    • BaldCreations
      BaldCreations 4 months ago

      martypython VW owns Porsche and Audi which is why it's weird. Usually they're pretty consistent. I have a VW currently and it's been great. What do they consider reliability here?


    • martypython
      martypython 4 months ago

      BaldCreations You want to trust Volkswagen numbers?


  • BaldCreations
    BaldCreations 4 months ago

    This is so fake lol how they gonna know all this when 2017 isn't even over yet

    • Tyrone Branch
      Tyrone Branch 4 days ago

      BaldCreations Because alot of models were out in 2016. Duh!


  • philip ly
    philip ly 4 months ago

    Can't complain with my audis. Both my a4 and a6 has been trouble free. Only problem for me was small trim piece on the door came loose, Audi just replaced it.

  • Noah Pillay
    Noah Pillay 4 months ago

    How come these lists always vary between other reports. For example JD power has a different list than this one.

    Some similar but I'm not sure who to trust more...

    • Rick Tobin
      Rick Tobin 4 months ago

      Noah Pillay they don't get paid by car manufacturers. Most review company's get stroked buy car company's in the form of fancy perks. In turn they give good reviews. It's like American politics.


  • Shivam Sharma
    Shivam Sharma 4 months ago

    Mazda is the underdog brand for sure

    • killerguitar44
      killerguitar44 4 months ago

      My computer screen got rusty near your capital M.


  • senorkaboom
    senorkaboom 4 months ago

    FIAT. Fails In All Tests.

    • Ur mom xD
      Ur mom xD 10 days ago

      senorkaboom Fix It Again Tomorrow


    • Ur mom xD
      Ur mom xD 4 months ago

      senorkaboom xD


  • ocramidajzj
    ocramidajzj 4 months ago

    Some of the comments around Honda, Toyota and Mercedes seems to be referencing 10 year old data. Those brands' scores have tumbled over the years. Mazda's rise in the ranks has benefitted from a clean-sheet Skyactiv platform, secession from Ford and a brilliant new corporate identity. So those of you badmouthing Mazda need to update their references and put away old experiences. IMO.

    • Captain Jack
      Captain Jack 2 months ago

      Well said, @dadsfave.


    • dadsfave
      dadsfave 2 months ago

      Initial reliability is determined mostly by factory quality control. Long term reliability is determined by product design. It does not just happen. Manufacturers with good long term reliability are those that tirelessly work to analyze part failures and improve part design. These manufacturers truly want their products to last with a minimal amount of repair, while lesser manufacturers regard repairs as a major part of their revenue stream. Good long term reliability is a measure of the manufacturer's attitude and design capabilities. Look for the brand badge of a good manufacturer.


    • Gregarproto
      Gregarproto 3 months ago

      If you have shitty initial reliability, long term reliability is more than likely affected as well. Plus they're predicting reliability for cars that are currently available for sale as new or very lightly used. They state that it's a prediction up front. And the cars produced today have very little to do with the cars produced 10+ years ago and some even just a few years ago to their previous generation. Can't compare cars that have nothing in common with each other other than their brand badge and model name.


    • Captain Jack
      Captain Jack 4 months ago

      ocramidajzj You need to read your comment again, slowly and you will see the error in logic. Reliability is something you develop over time. A brand new platform (Skyactiv) can't all of a sudden become a world beater when it hasn't passed the most basic test. Time. Toyota, Honda, Lexus have consistently ranked tops in long term reliability. Other manufacturers have improved significantly (Hyundai, KIA) but it took them.....yes you guessed it....TIME.
      Initial Reliability and Long Term Reliability are not the same things.


  • Josh Triplett
    Josh Triplett 4 months ago

    Realizing that I;m a Subaru fan (owned them for years), it was good to see them make the list, but really aside from Lexus, how did the others make the top? As a mechanic/hobbyist/enthusiast I caution every one of my friends and family not to buy German unless they are ready for the bills that come with them. Great cars out of the box with many refinements, but murderous on your wallet when they need servicing. You can love them, just be prepared to pay.

  • MrBuzzialdrin
    MrBuzzialdrin 4 months ago

    yup audi is most reliable. lol. and lowest emissions

  • Eyacub12 skits
    Eyacub12 skits 4 months ago

    Audi and Porsche are sexy!

  • Walter Black
    Walter Black 4 months ago

    They need to include cost to repair when something does go wrong. Those German cars wouldn't be at the top then.

  • Louis Porco
    Louis Porco 4 months ago

    what is diverse about Toyota's line up....

  • yonda ila
    yonda ila 4 months ago

    So how about honda its not reliable any more I have no problem so far ???

  • Mohammed Aziz
    Mohammed Aziz 4 months ago

    I think you forgot Mercedes Benz which i think should be in the top 3.

  • Taylormade2350
    Taylormade2350 4 months ago

    I love how you just skip over number 6.

  • Harl0 283
    Harl0 283 4 months ago

    Are those top 3 brands really reliable enough to be so highly recommended? i know this isnt based entirely on reliability but still

  • Hot Cosby
    Hot Cosby 4 months ago

    Ask any mechanic. German cars are about as reliable as a solar powered flashlight.

    • nathan casarez
      nathan casarez 26 days ago

      I think people are confused as to whether your comment is positive or negative.


    • rinuncular too
      rinuncular too 28 days ago

      Ciana James Dont waste your dough.


    • rinuncular too
      rinuncular too 28 days ago

      Agreed, do not ever want to own another German car.


    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      I'm a mechanic. They are quite good.
      Fiat/Chrysler sucks though


    • lijep dan
      lijep dan 3 months ago

      you are stupid


  • Mrchevy baja
    Mrchevy baja 4 months ago

    results in a vacuum.

  • J
    J 4 months ago

    I like how the only top auto makers are ones that no one can afford. This is a bad list....very bad.

  • J
    J 4 months ago

    Audi is reliable? This is crazy! Ask a mechanic

    • Aware M
      Aware M 1 month ago

      J they are talking about the new models and not that sub 2013 model


    • Truffl3z
      Truffl3z 2 months ago

      J Audi is reliable Wyd


    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      I'm a mechanic. They are very reliable.


  • Robert Montgomery
    Robert Montgomery 4 months ago

    Tesla = poor quality control

    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      They announced a few months ago that they recently found out about the impressive advantages of quality control...which means they have been producing cars for years without testing or major quality control


    • orangeradios
      orangeradios 4 months ago

      Robert Montgomery - why do you say that?

      Just curious...


  • Robert Montgomery
    Robert Montgomery 4 months ago

    Expensive = top 4

  • I know you're right, but

    Porsche is reliable? Lol

  • Adio V
    Adio V 4 months ago

    FCA lol. Pretty much bottom of shitter

  • dadsfave
    dadsfave 4 months ago

    Audi the top brand? According to dashboard-light.com statistics on long-term power-train reliability in 1.2M US trade-ins, Audi ranks 31 out of 37 brands. The A3 is "well below average" and the A4 has "chronic reliability issues". Sure the Q7 and Q5 seem good but they've only been on the market 10 and 7 years. Q7 avg trade-in mileage was only 91K vs industry average of 126K. Audi invented the diesel fraud. More cheats have continued to be found in their products, not just diesels. In 10 CR vehicle categories, Audi topped only one, while Toyota topped 3 and Chevrolet topped 2.

    • dadsfave
      dadsfave 3 months ago

      S4: average reliability, traded-in with low mileage (582 trade-ins). S5: insufficient data with 196 cars. The 2010 S4 looks really bad (over 15% of trade-ins had power train problems) while with the S5 only 10% did (with even lower mileage). Combining them (S4, S5 all years), 12.5% of 582 S4s (= 73 cars), 7.65% of 196 S5s (=15 cars) gives 11.3% of 778 cars -- still pretty bad considering the low average mileage.

      Truedelta confirms that Audi A3/S3/A4/S4 have more repair trips than average. Probably higher cost per trip too!


    • dadsfave
      dadsfave 3 months ago

      According to Wikipedia, 5000 R32s were sold in the US. The website says it has 102 trade-ins for which the average trade-in mileage was only 92K vs an industry average of 126K. The site says it has insufficient data for a reliability rating of the R32. It seems all its data is for model years 2008 and earlier.

      The trade-in site is oriented towards older vehicles, going back as far as 93. A model's score is some kind of average of all the years, so bad years in the distant past could drag the score down, even though newer models are better. But, hey, I think that if a car manufacturer releases unreliable and fraudulent products, it should take them a while to rebuild their reputation.


    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      +dadsfave And the Audi S4 and S5 have exactly the same drivetrain, a supercharged V6. Exactly the same components.


    • Kommentator
      Kommentator 3 months ago

      They also have a car listed as a "VW Rabbit" which, of course, does not exist.. but it does seem to be relatively reliable. So that's good, I guess? Also, could you explain what they mean when they say "VW Cabriolet" and "VW GTi".. and "VW R32" (a picture of a basic VW golf 4 shows up when you look at it, the golf r32 was not even sold in the US)
      The Passat CC and Tiguan are also listed, but were never sold in north america, but apparently they have tested a few hundred of them and they all suck, they both have a zero.


    • dadsfave
      dadsfave 3 months ago

      The website reports only power-train problems (engine and transmission), not electrical, climate-control or suspension issues. When a car is traded in, they collect its mileage and whether it has an engine or transmission problem. That's it. I'm not associated with the site. If you wish to challenge it, contact the guy who runs it -- I'm sure he will answer you. Note that long-term reliability is less a function of the assembly line and more a function of product design. The S4 and S5 may have had different engine/transmission options sold in the US.


  • Croo ookie
    Croo ookie 4 months ago

    Bought a brand new Land Rover Range Rover HSE, literally broke down in 2 months with less than 2k miles. They're right about that brand for sure.

  • Isaiah Soto
    Isaiah Soto 4 months ago

    How is volkswagen so low but their subsidiaries are high up?

  • Ashish Dawar
    Ashish Dawar 4 months ago

    Didn't heard anything about Honda? Considered as best reliable brand

  • Jess Barnett
    Jess Barnett 4 months ago

    I love Mazdas! Great cars! Zoom zoom! 🚗💨🚗💨🚗💨

  • mountainhobo
    mountainhobo 4 months ago

    Ze Germans are back.

  • Marchelo DeFacto
    Marchelo DeFacto 4 months ago

    Idk why they brought fiat in USA .. too small for USA roads .. keep it for European roads .... don't make any sense at all

  • wholeNwon
    wholeNwon 4 months ago

    "Predicted reliability". I think I'll wait to see the actual reliability of the German cars, esp. Porsche, after a few years. As they age, it's usually Toyota and Lexus that rise to the top of the pool. I strongly suspect that this will continue to be the case.

  • Mourinho M
    Mourinho M 4 months ago

    BMW ranks high in the "not using your blinkers" category

    • franctoma
      franctoma 1 month ago

      Bimmer is very popular with young boneheads.


  • SHANE
    SHANE 4 months ago

    Folks, NEVER, EVER buy a Fiat...Owned a 1996 Fiat Tempra 16V back in the days for an insane US$39,000. Transmission replaced at only 10K miles, it was THE worst car I have ever owned.

  • WolfmanZX
    WolfmanZX 4 months ago

    um...and Kia?

  • jimmelay71
    jimmelay71 4 months ago

    Prepare for the fanboys to start whining.

  • Johnlim Male
    Johnlim Male 4 months ago

    Japan + Germany = good product
    American = sucks

    • calitroit45
      calitroit45 1 month ago

      Tanner Pat That is true,only thing good about American cars is the parts are cheaper


    • orangeradios
      orangeradios 4 months ago

      Johnlim Male ... Until Tesla and Lucid Air

      😉 America's makin' a comeback


    • Tanner Pat
      Tanner Pat 4 months ago

      Johnlim Male What about Tesla or the Ford GT350


    • Peter Schmidt
      Peter Schmidt 4 months ago

      Most of the best-selling Japanese cars are almost entirely built or designed by Americans. Many of the worst-rated American cars are built and designed outside the US. Of course, not all are like this.

      Stop generalizing.


    • yonda ila
      yonda ila 4 months ago

      snakerb that's true


  • News Media-one
    News Media-one 4 months ago

    Toyota should've came before Mazda!

    • ocramidajzj
      ocramidajzj 1 month ago

      It's nice that you're happy with your Highlander...Good luck with it.


    • Héctor Velasco
      Héctor Velasco 1 month ago

      The models offered by Toyota are more than the offer of Mazda. At least double bigger.
      And pay attention what they say about of Toyota... - 78% CARS TESTED ARE RECOMENDED-
      The percent make reference about TESTED MODELS that was are 100% reliables. Excuse me, I have a Toyota and I`am happy with my Highlander.


    • Captain Jack
      Captain Jack 4 months ago

      Chris Smith Wait....what?? Tundra and Landcruiser has a problem?? Whoever said that is an idiot. When life is at stake, and people travel to remote sections of some country (UN missions, Wildlife Explorations etc) the vehicle of choice is a Land cruiser. Fact. Because you want to ensure that shit hits fan, you can drive away from wherever you are without a breakdown.


    • Chris Smith
      Chris Smith 4 months ago

      News Media-one Toyota competes with almost every segment you can think of. that's a lot vehicles that Toyota has to keep up with. Now Toyota has added C-HR and already its junk. Tundra, Tacoma, 4Runner, Land Cruiser, Prius C, Sequoia, and Yaris (hatch) aren't recommended. This is the penalty whenever a manufacturer has so many vehicles. It affects their reliability score. Toyota needs to fix the problem with vehicles or kill off some of them (e.g. Tundra, Sequoia, Land Cruiser)


    • Chris Smith
      Chris Smith 4 months ago

      News Media-one Toyota competes with almost every segment you can think of. that's a lot vehicles that Toyota has to keep up with. Now Toyota has added C-HR and already its junk. Tundra, Tacoma, 4Runner, Land Cruiser, Prius C, Sequoia, and Yaris (hatch) aren't recommended. This is the penalty whenever a manufacturer has so many vehicles. It affects their reliability score. Toyota needs to fix the problem with vehicles or kill off some of them (e.g. Tundra, Sequoia, Land Cruiser)


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