DETROIT (WWJ) – A new study shows that cars and trucks are more reliable than ever.
“Dependability continues to improve,” said David Sargent, vice president of global automotive at J.D. Power and Associates. “The manufacturers, collectively, are building better vehicles than they ever have done.”
J.D. Power releasing its annual Vehicle Dependability Study, a survey of problems reported by owners of three year old vehicles. The 2013 study averaged 126 problems per 100 vehicles, an improvement of five percent from 2012.