Consumer Reports has released their annual auto reliability survey where Consumer Reports subscribers provide feedback regarding which vehicles were most dependable and which ones caused the most headaches. Interestingly enough, the survey revealed noticeable trend changes in cars this year, including more automakers investing in autonomous vehicle technology.
The survey also provided a list of the 10 least reliable cars from consumers. Consumer Reports noted that many of these vehicles had issues with their power equipment, transmission, and in-car electronics. Below is a list of the cars – did yours make the list this year?
If your car did happen to make the list, there is no need to sell your car back to the dealership. Instead, consider purchasing an auto warranty from a reliable warranty provider.
Over the course of my 25 years of experience in the auto industry, I have learned that there is no better way to plan ahead for car troubles than through purchasing an auto warranty for your used car. One way of providing this security for your vehicle is through Trustmark Warranty. Our coverage includes our lowest comparable price guarantee, 24/7 roadside assistance, and affordable monthly payments with 0% interest.