Forbes has a new report out on the 10 most reliable cars.
They note the Tundra was Motor Trend’s ’08 Truck of the Year, and also won J.D. Power’s award for most reliable pickup after three years of ownership. But according to CarMD, it’s in the shop more than most vehicles and the repairs are expensive.
Believe it or not, the same assessment applies to an older Honda Civic.
Given the economy and the overall improved quality of cars in general, buying used is a smart idea, but you still have to do the research and be selective.
But in the end, a used car can be a great value. And moreover, no new car warranties to worry about in terms of adding aftermarket gear from your favorite car security company!
Check out some of the cars that made CarMD’s “Top Ten most reliable” list:
1. 2010 Toyota Corolla
2. 2008 Toyota Yaris
3. 2009 Honda Pilot
4. 2009 Honda Accord
5. 2010 Subaru Forester