J.D. Power and Associates has recently released the results of
their 2013 US Vehicle Dependability Study, and Lexus has come up on top
for the second year in a row.
The study surveyed original owners of three-year-old vehicles to find out what kinds of problems they had over the last 12 months, which means the 2013 survey looked at 2010 model year cars.
According to the survey, Lexus ranked highest, followed by Porsche, Lincoln, Toyota and Mercedes-Benz. And the greatest year-over improvement went to Ram. Below is a look at the top ranked cars by segment.
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|Compact Car||2010 Toyota Prius|
|Compact Crossover SUV||2010 Toyota RAV4|
|Compact Multi Purpose Vehicle||2010 Scion xB|
|Compact Premium Sporty Car||2010 Nissan Z|
|Compact Sporty Car||2010 Mazda MX-5 Miata|
|Entry Premium Car||2010 Lexus ES 350|
|Entry Premium Crossover SUV||2010 Acura RDX|
|Large Car||2010 Buick Lucerne|
|Large Crossover SUV||2010 Chevrolet Tahoe|
|Large Pickup||2010 GMC Sierra HD|
|Midsize Car||2010 Hyundai Sonata|
|Midsize Crossover SUV||2010 Honda Crosstour|
|Midsize Pickup||2010 Ford Ranger|
|Midsize Premium Car||2010 Audi A6|
|Midsize Premium Crossover SUV||2010 Lexus RX|
|Midsize Sporty||2010 Chevrolet Camaro|
|Midsize Van||2010 Toyota Sienna|
|Sub Compact Car||2010 Scion xD|