Two Chevrolet vehicles received top dependability awards from J.D. Power and Associates annual ranking of the most reliable cars.
The Chevrolet Camaro won this year’s award for most reliable midsize sporty car, and the Chevrolet Tahoe took the honor in the large crossover SUV class.
Every year JD Power and Associates looks at 18 different categories and issues honors for the most reliable cars in each class. The study focuses solely on three-year-old models, and this year’s study covered the 2010 models.
Using surveys from original owners, J.D. Power and Associates measures the amount of problems experienced over a 12 month period.
The Camaro edged out the competition, including rival Ford Mustang. This is just another mark in favor of the Camaro over its life-long arch nemesis.
The Chevy Tahoe won the honor for most reliable large crossover SUV, winning the award over the GMC Yukon and Toyota Sequoia.
One of the most interesting finds in this year’s study has to do with new models. It is commonly assumed that the first year of a new model will be unreliable and riddled with problems. According to J.D. Power and Associates, however, due to technological advancements new models are actually as reliable if not more reliable than models that have been around for a few years.
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