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    wow topped by dodge no less.

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    Yeah yun nga! Dodge, of all brands!

    IMO that list is really heavily subjective because it's based on complaints. Minor build quality issues would likely get a pass on a budget car or brand, but in a marque like Porsche hindi pwede yun. Makes the test much harder for luxury brands and lenient on mainstream/budget but they all end up on the same list.

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    i m not really surprised at last place though lalo na at medyo naluluma by reputation. hehe (not referring to tesla as it is an electric car)

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    Wow Koreans at the top! And so much for the vaunted reliability of Toyota.

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    Scotty: "JD Powers is basically a giant advertising company. It's an advertising firm. It's a PR firm. Why would anybody take their slant on anything..because they get paid to do what they get paid to do..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    wow topped by dodge no less.
    They dodge it... hehe dapat nakahiwalay yung brands that are focused on luxury, sports car and mass producers.. tapos by category ng sedan, suv and truck.. pero in recent years pwede na talaga pang harabas ang kia hyundai.. di na sila madaling bumigay and when you look at their design.. di na masyado complicated at madali na mag palit ng parts

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    but these are for brand new cars!
    what about a similar listing, for cars that have been used regularly for several years?
    i would probably be more interested in that.

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    Consumer Reports is a good place to find long-term reliability reports.

    Problem is a lot of their content is paywalled. Buti na lang other news outlets will occasionally report on CR's results:

    Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey: Most, least reliable cars

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