Don’t waste your time and money in a repair shop because you didn’t do your homework and ended up buying a lemon from an auto dealer. J.D. Power and Associates offers a list of the most dependable vehicles for 2011, based on its ratings on factors such as overall dependability, power train dependability, body and interior dependability as well as feature and accessory dependability.
The smallest in Honda’s line of cars, the Honda Fit still offers a spacious interior and a sprightly 109-horse powered engine.
The 2008 Toyota Prius is available in three models and uses a gasoline engine and electric motor to produce a combined output of 110 horse power.
You can get the Miata in a hard or soft top and comes with a speedy 166-horse powered engine.
The Mustang was the highest ranked midsize sporty vehicle and comes with either a V-6 or V-8 powered engine.
This four-door sedan was the highest ranked midsize car and comes in either front-drive or all-wheel drive models.
The highest ranked large car was the 2008 Buick Lucerne which is available in five trim levels.
The highest ranked compact premium sporty car, there were six different models available of the 2008 Mercedes Benz CLK-Class.
The 2008 Lincoln MKZ was the highest ranked entry premium car and includes Ford’s sync system technology.
Acura’s largest sedan, the 2008 Acura RL was the highest ranked midsize premium car and includes a 290-horse powered engine.
The 2008 Cadillac DTS was the highest ranked large premium car. It comes with a V-8 engine and is available in five trim packages.
The wide array of choices when buying a car is dizzying and can make the decision overwhelming. Doing research to find the most reliable car is crucial to not wasting money on repairs. Here are the most dependable cars of 2011, according to J.D. Power and Associates.