Honda’s Accord falls off magazine’s recommended list.
DETROIT – Lexus and Toyota claim the top two spots as the most reliable brands in the U.S., according to the 2013 Consumer Reports Auto Reliability survey released here today to the Automotive Press Assn. Audi, GMC and Volvo took fourth, ninth and seventh place on this year’s list, with Japanese marques winning the remaining seven spots. Every model from those brands “earned an average or better reliability score,” the magazine says in a press release. Audi ...
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