Consumer Reports lists Top 10 most reliable American cars, GM shines

Consumer Reports has released its latest latest predicted reliability results, from the 2012 Annual Auto Survey. Along with the survey, the publication has released the list of top 10 most reliable American cars.

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“We’re often asked how the domestics’ reliability stacks up, especially with some people wanting to specifically buy American,” Consumer Reports said in a statement. “The results show that there are some very reliable U.S.-branded models, but they also remind of potential risks with buying first-year models.”

Of the 10 vehicles on the list, GM stole 7 spots

Top 10 most reliable American Cars:

Small cars: Chevrolet Sonic
Fuel-efficient hatchbacks: Chevrolet Volt
Compact sports sedans: Cadillac CTS
Upscale cars: Chrysler 300 (V6)
Sporty cars: Ford Mustang (V6)
Large SUVs: Chevrolet Traverse
Midsized SUVs: Chevrolet Equinox (V6)/GMC Terrain (V6)
Luxury SUVs: Buick Enclave
Full-sized pickups: Chevrolet Avalanche

– By: Omar Rana

Source: Consumer Reports