How To Get A Reliable Car

images-43.jpegPeople tend to associate Japanese brand cars with reliability.  In a recent reliability list, 22 out of 33 car models were Japanese manufacturers.  A recent survey reveals that this year Subaru and Honda vehicles will rate at least average on reliability.

Also forecasted this year is that domestic vehicle models will continue to improve.  Leading the pack is Ford, and cars from Europe are following.

The excellent reliability experienced by Toyota in the past has slipped slightly.  For example, the 2007 Toyota V6 Camry and Tundra V8 were below average as far as reliability goes.  The Lexus GS was also below average.  Due to ratings for reliability these models aren’t recommended any longer.

Motorists should do their homework and make sure that they purchase a reliable vehicle.  You don’t want to find yourself in a broken down vehicle on the side of the road.  However, motorists should make sure to have an emergency roadside assistance program in case of circumstances that are unforeseen.

Posted on Thursday, May 22nd, 2008 at 5:55 pm In Emergency Auto Assistance  

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