Consumer Reports Applauds New Vehicles From Ford and GM

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Toyota and Honda still rule the annual car issue of Consumer Reports, but this year Ford and GM are happy to be gaining ground as important models like the Ford Fusion and Chevy Tahoe topped future reliability rankings. However, only six of the top 47 most reliable models were domestics. The issue is on sale now and includes results from surveys of 1.3 million vehicle owners.

Customer satisfaction greatly favored the Japanese, who were responsible for 26 of the 45 top-rated vehicles. European automakers followed with 11, and the domestics moved from four to seven of the top vehicles in satisfaction ratings. 

[Ford, GM Gain With Redesigns, The Detroit News]

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