Lexus has regained the top-spot in the annual J.D. Power vehicle dependability survey, while Land Rover has found itself at the bottom of the list for the second year running.
The study – which ranks car brands sold in the US based on the number of problems reported by customers for every 100 new vehicles sold over a 12-month period – found overall vehicle reliability was at an all-time high.
The average manufacturer experienced 1.21 faults per car, down from 1.34 12 months ago. » Read More