Phil & Mel In The Afternoon

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Car shopping is a gamble if you don’t do some research first. Fortunately, there are lots of places to read reviews and rankings. And unfortunately, there are lots of places to read reviews and rankings. Too much information can be overwhelming.

I’ve always thought Consumer Reports did a thorough job of testing products. Plus, they don’t accept advertising in their publications, so I feel like I’m getting an unbiased opinion. As far as car brands go, Consumer Reports likes Subaru and Toyota. They’re much less enthusiastic about GM vehicles.

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Most Reliable Vehicles

1. Toyota Prius C

2. Lincoln Continental

3. Toyota Prius Prime

4. Subaru Crosstrek (above)

5. Toyota Prius (below)

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6. Mazda6

7. Kia Sedona

8. Honda Fit

9. Lexus NX

10. Mazda CX-5 (below)

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Least Reliable Vehicles

1. Jaguar F-Pace (top)

2. Buick Enclave

3. Tesla Model X

4. Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD

5. Cadillac CT6 (below)

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6. Cadillac Escalade

7. Kia Cadenza

8. Alfa Romeo Giulia

9. Cadillac CTS

10. Volkswagen Atlas (below)

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