The longevity and reliability of a car is one of the most important things buyers consider when looking for a new car. To help consumers out, Cars.com created the Worry-Free Index report that takes data on customer complaints and repairs, and matches that with warranty data and estimated repair costs to create a list of cars that will the cheapest to keep running over the years.
The 2015 list was just released, and Toyota’s various brands showed dominance with more than half of the cars being built by the Japanese company. In fact, 7 of the top 10 belong to Toyota. Even more surprising is that there are just four companies represented in the total 15 cars. Honda, GM and Toyota have multiple cars on the list with Kia jumping in at number 14 with a lone entry for the new Optima.
It seems that Toyota still holds the overall crown for reliability, but who would have ever thought that GM would ever take the number three spot, and with a Corvette no less?!
If you want more info on how Cars.com builds their list head over to their site to read more. You can also see the full list of cars and their relative score in the chart below.