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Consumer Reports rankings of auto reliability

November 14, 2019

Consumer Reports issued its annual auto reliability rankings on Thursday. The magazine and website predicts the reliability of future models based on surveys of its subscribers, who own or lease over 400,000 vehicles from the 2000-2019 model years.

The rankings are closely watched by the industry, since car buyers frequently look to Consumer Reports for advice.

These are the brand rankings and the number of spots each brand rose or fell from last year.

Lexus+2Mazda+2Toyota-2Porsche+5Genesis+1Hyundai-1Subaru-5Dodge+13Kia-1Mini+5Nissan+1Honda+2Infiniti+4Audi-7Lincoln-4FordNo changeBMW-7Buick-5Chrysler+7MitsubishiNo changeMercedes-Benz-1GMC+2Tesla+4Volvo+1Chevrolet-3Jeep-3Volkswagen-9Acura-9Alfa RomeoNo changeCadillac-2Lexus+2Mazda+2Toyota-2Porsche+5Genesis+1Hyundai-1Subaru-5Dodge+13Kia-1Mini+5Nissan+1Honda+2Infiniti+4Audi-7Lincoln-4FordNo changeBMW-7Buick-5Chrysler+7MitsubishiNo changeMercedes-Benz-1GMC+2Tesla+4Volvo+1Chevrolet-3Jeep-3Volkswagen-9Acura-9Alfa RomeoNo changeCadillac-2
Lexus+2
Mazda+2
Toyota-2
Porsche+5
Genesis+1
Hyundai-1
Subaru-5
Dodge+13
Kia-1
Mini+5
Nissan+1
Honda+2
Infiniti+4
Audi-7
Lincoln-4
FordNo change
BMW-7
Buick-5
Chrysler+7
MitsubishiNo change
Mercedes-Benz-1
GMC+2
Tesla+4
Volvo+1
Chevrolet-3
Jeep-3
Volkswagen-9
Acura-9
Alfa RomeoNo change
Cadillac-2