The most reliable cars are Toyota according to study

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Written on: 02-22-2012 06:58am    Title: The most reliable cars are Toyota according to study
Eight vehicles Lexus, Toyota and Scion models were the first places of their segment in the reliability study made by J.D. Power and Associates.

The study is based on responses from more than 31,000 owners of 2009 models after three years of driving the vehicle. The reliability level is determined according to the answers given in relation to the problems they have experienced the past 12 months. The measurement was made based on the number of problems per 100 cars.

Lexus was the top brand by having the lowest range of problems. In addition, the Lexus LS has the lowest number of problems within the industry, with a score of 72/100.

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Lexus LS 460 2011, one of the most reliable car in the automotive industry

Toyota is the brand that achieved the best score for the category of non-luxury and placed third with 18 problems less. Meanwhile, Scion achieved its highest position so far, the fifth, advancing 17 positions.

Toyota is the brand that achieved the best score for the category of vehicles that are not fancy and placed third with 18 problems less. Meanwhile, Scion achieved its highest position so far, fifth place, advancing 17 positions.

The Toyota cars that were positioned in the first place within its segment are the Yaris, Prius, Tundra and Sienna. Lexus took first place with the Lexus LS 359 and the Lexus RX 350. Meanwhile, the Scion tC and the Scion xB were positioned in first place in their respective segments.

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As extra information, the Toyota Prius has received the highest scores for five consecutive years.
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