Top 10 Most Reliable Used Cars
When buying a used car, reliability is one of the most important factors you should consider. This week, Forbes.com identified the top 10 most reliable used cars from the 2008 and 2009 model years.
These are vehicles that earned the highest marks for reliablity from both Consumer Reports and J.D. Power & Associates. In particular, they all received top scores in powertrain dependability, which affects key components such as the engine and transmission.
In addition, all of these vehicles performed well in initial quality suvrveys and new-car reviews. So if you're considering a late-model used car, you should definitely check out the following models:
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About: Gregg Fidan
Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.
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