Nov 6th, 2007 by jbrown
I am sure you have heard or noticed that Toyota customers are not too happy. Consumer Reports announced that Toyota has plummeted from first to fifth in its reliability ratings.
“The magazine surveys its own subscriber base to gather its data on a full year of reliability. The recent findings have caused the V-6 Toyota Camry and V-8 Toyota Tundra to lose their recommended status altogether.”
The top five brands for reliability are: Honda, Acura, Scion and Subaru, and then Toyota. While domestic manufacturers show improvement in the survey, only four of 39 “Most Reliable” cars were domestics, versus 20 of 44 earning the “least reliable” label. Consumer Reports surveys owners of cars over the past three years unless the model is significantly changed. If so, only owners of the newest version are surveyed.”