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Most and Least Reliable Cars
ē Audi, once a sinkhole of service problems, finished third. Not only was it Audiís best showing ever, it was by far the most reliable European brand. Audi has enjoyed several years of upward progress now, so its good standing is looking less and less like a fluke. Part of the reason is that it has relatively few truly new designs. The Audi Q3 SUV, which was already on sale in Europe for a few years, debuted in the U.S. as the most reliable new car in the survey.
That graph has graphically shown the dilemma I've been facing for some time.....it's difficult to sell/trade-in a car when it is absolutely trouble free!
My wife and I finally broke down and sold our Mazda to get the Q3, but it was based solely in the Q3's styling and driving enjoyment, because the Mazda was virtually trouble free (but not fun!)
Now we face the dilemma again....our Lexus has NEVER had a single issue, so why would we consider getting rid of it? Probably same answer as above....we just want to have a car that is more fun with updated styling.
Although cableguy decided against the Lexus NX and instead went with the Q3....I think I'll go for both and purchase an NX F-Sport to run along side our Q3.
Styling and fun....what more could two (too) old grandparents ask for!
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