When it comes to a vehicle, everyone wants to purchase one that is going to last for the long haul since these are huge investments that you will depend on daily. Consumer Report has released their findings in their latest reliability test and found that Porsche dominated all other brands in terms of lasting longer and performing better overall throughout the years. The most noteworthy Porsche that the report specifies is the Porsche Boxer, which is a two seat, high performance car. According to their findings, the car lasts on average 85% better than other comparable cars on the market. This means that the price that people are paying for Porsche, is well worth the investment.
The Consumer Report took the top cars out of each sector, such as light truck, SUV, sedan and so on. One of the best surprises that people are going to like is that Ford finally made it into the list of reliable cars that have been dominated by foreign automakers for years, which is a first. The list specifies the Ford Fusion and Ford Flex that are expected to be about 65% more reliable than their competitors. This may not seem like much when compared to the Porsche. However, when factoring in price, it makes a huge difference.
Other cars that are mentioned on the list include the Toyota Sienna, Acura RL sedan, Lexus LX and Toyota Tundra. Wondering just what vehicles to steer clear of in terms of long-term reliability? The list says that other foreign makers, such as Mercedes, Audi, and BMW. However, this is not likely to affect the car manufacturer, as the prestige of owning one of these cars are what people are looking for. But, for those interested, in particular the list gives the Audi A6 3.0 and Jaguar XF as the worst cars to purchase when purchasing based on reliability over the years.