Toyota drops to 5th place in Consumer Reports reliability survey

Toyota drops to 5th place in Consumer Reports reliability survey

According to the Consumer Reports survey released today FoMoCo has significantly improved in quality of its cars and trucks. Toyota on the other hand slipped out of the number 1 spot all the way down to fifth place.

93 percent of Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles showed average or better reliability in the most recent reliability survey. Ford’s Mercury brand came in 11th, the Ford brand itself came in 13th and the Lincoln luxury brand ranked 14th. Overall, 41 of Ford’s 44 models scored average or better in the predicted reliability survey.

Honda came in number one followed by Acura, Scion and Subaru. For the first time in history, The Toyota Camry V6 isn’t recommended by the Consumer Reports.

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