GM Tops the Detroit Three in Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey

GM Tops the Detroit Three in Consumer Report’s Auto Reliability Survey

Buick rescued the face of the American automotive industry by being the only U.S. brand to be featured in the top ten of Consumer Reportsauto reliability survey, which ranks the world’s automakers from the most to least reliable.

The top spots belonged to Lexus, Toyota, Mazda, Honda, and Audi, with Buick trailing closely behind. Rounding out the top ten behind Buick were Subaru, Scion, Porsche, and Kia. Among the Big Three manufacturers from Detroit, General Motors was cited as the most reliable thanks to GMC, Buick, Cadillac, and Chevrolet all ranking higher than Ford and Chrysler.

The new Buick Verano and Cadillac CTS in particular stood out for their above-average reliability, as well as the 2014 Corvette Stingray and 2014 Chevrolet Impala V6, all of which you can find at Freehold Buick GMC.

Buick also showed impressive consistency within its model lineup. Whereas some brands—like Subaru, Scion, and Nissan—varied widely in reliability depending on the model you picked, all Buick models were ranked similarly, guaranteeing that customers know what they’re getting into no matter what.

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