One of Toyota's most reliable models. It has three rows of chairs and extensive accommodations. Drivers enjoy ergonomics and comfort.
In 1997, Toyota introduced the first mass-produced electrical automobile, the Prius. Despite its hybrid powertrain's complexity, it's been reliable throughout its life.
Toyota 4Runners are among the most reliable used SUVs. The go-anywhere, indestructible ride dominates the new midsize SUV sector.
The two-door hatchback Accord was introduced in 1976. With few complaints, the ninth and tenth-generation vehicles from the last decade are the most reliable.
Consumer Reports' latest rankings place Mazda first in reliability. Other market watchdogs have also placed the brand at the top.
With its good fuel economy, smooth ride, intuitive features, and affordable pricing, the 2023 Elantra shines. Recent models are also reliable.
With proper maintenance, a Civic may last 300,000 miles. 2.3% of 2019 Honda Civics have above 200,000 miles, according to Business Insider.
Toyota Corollas are considered reliable. J.D. Power customer satisfaction and reliability surveys have consistently rated it highly.
The RX, among its outstanding models, is trustworthy. The 1998 RX, the first luxury crossover SUV, was released in December 1997.
In its initial generation and first five years, the Nissan Leaf topped Consumer Reports reliability ratings, making it an almost enticing EV.