Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationBuying & Selling · 10 years ago

What kind of car to get.?

My mom is looking for a new car. she would like a honda. not a van though. maybe a sienna.. i don't know, what do you recommend. i am not that good with the names of cars. she DOES NOT want a HUGE car, like a hummer... and we have a dog, so something that does not get stained easily on the inside...

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago
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    There are quite a number of high reliability vehicles to choose from, including:

    The Toyota Yaris Hatchback, with a 2010 Auto Reliability Grade Point Average of a perfect 4.00 over a 3-year data history,

    The V6 Toyota 4Runner (a midsize SUV), with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of a perfect 4.00 over a 10-year data history,

    The 4-cylinder Toyota RAV4 (a small SUV), with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.88 over a 10-year data history,

    The Toyota Corolla, with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.81 over a 10-year data history,

    The 4-cylinder Honda Accord, with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.81 over a 10-year data history,

    The Honda Civic sedan, with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.75 over a 10-year data history,

    The 4-cylinder Toyota Camry, with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.69 over a 10-year data history,

    The Honda CR-V (a small SUV), with a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of 3.63 over a 10-year data history.

    The Toyota Sienna minivan has a 2010 Auto Reliability GPA of only 3.00, but it is the best of the minivans.

    Source(s): http://www.autooninfo.net/ReliabilityGPAsOfAutos-2... http://www.autooninfo.net/2009AutoGPAs.pdf (A PDF file) The website http://www.autooninfo.net has quite a number of auto quality pages dealing with reliability, durability, engineering excellence, reputation, etc. and offers most of the pages as PDF files that may be downloaded to your computer or USB drive for anytime, anywhere access.
  • 10 years ago

    Chevy Impala

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