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JD Power's 9 least dependable brands

Autofile Logo By Mark Toljagic of Autofile | Slide 1 of 20: Building on positive gains documented last year, the 2019 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study reveals overall vehicle quality continues to improve, registering a 4% decline in reported problems. The U.S. study asked 33,000 buyers of 2016-model-year cars and trucks how their vehicles held up after three years. J.D. Power defines dependability as the number of problems reported per 100 vehicles (PP100); the industry average of 136 problems per 100 vehicles this year is lower – hence better – than the 142 PP100 average recorded in 2018.

2019 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

Building on positive gains documented last year, the 2019 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study reveals overall vehicle quality continues to improve, registering a 4% decline in reported problems. The U.S. study asked 33,000 buyers of 2016-model-year cars and trucks how their vehicles held up after three years. J.D. Power defines dependability as the number of problems reported per 100 vehicles (PP100); the industry average of 136 problems per 100 vehicles this year is lower – hence better – than the 142 PP100 average recorded in 2018.
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