Asian automaker Toyota tops the annual Consumer Reports Automotive Reliability Survey for the fifth straight year, followed by European and lastly, the US brands.
Cadillac’s big Escalade SUV tied as the single worst vehicle, in terms of reliability. The other model at the bottom was the much-troubled Tesla Model X.
“There are less engine problems, less suspension problems, less rust problems,” explained Jake Fisher, director of auto testing for CR, adding that owners are experiencing “a whole lot more … infotainment problems.”
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