J.D. Power and Associates’ annual Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS) is good news for domestic U.S. auto makers, all of whom made strong gains in the year, while many European makers saw their fortunes fall. VDS measures problems identified by consumers in 3-year old vehicles, primarily in the areas of malfunction; noise, vibration and harshness; and drivability, dependability and safety. Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. retains its No.1 position in overall vehicle dependability, with 207 ...
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