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Most Reliable Car Brands of 2012

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1. Honda

  • Failure Rate: 10%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $360

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2. Toyota

  • Failure Rate: 17%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $384

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3. Lexus

  • Failure Rate: 18%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $433

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4. Suzuki

  • Failure Rate: 19%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $265

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5. Subaru

  • Failure Rate: 20%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $337

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6. Hyundai

  • Failure Rate: 21%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $325

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7. Mazda

  • Failure Rate: 21%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $435

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8. Mitsubishi

  • Failure Rate: 21%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $4724

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9. Chevrolet

  • Failure Rate: 22%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $227

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10. Nissan

  • Failure Rate: 25%

  • Cost of Average Repair: $379

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Improve Reliability

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