Reliable Cars

Top Reliable Cars

Reliable Cars

The reliability of a car is dependent on an important factor, i.e., cost incurred in repairing. The frequency of repairing and cost of a single repairing are the points to be considered in determining the reliability. Fuel efficiency is becoming increasingly important in today's world where companies are embracing greener technologies. Here is more information on cars with best gas mileage 2010. Thus, one should also choose cars that offer a greater mileage. Let us find more out about the most reliable cars 2010 through information presented below. ( reliable cars)

Toyota Scion TC

The 2010 Scion tC is now by far the oldest vehicle in the Scion lineup of small cars, and the tC is unchanged for 2010 except for one exterior color change (Nautical Blue Metallic replaces Blue Ribbon Metallic). Launched in late 2004 as an '05 model, the tC is the only coupe sold under the Scion brand, which is offered at select Toyota dealerships. ( still one of the most reliable cars ever)

Ford Fusion Hybrid

Ford has worked hard to significantly improve the system in the Fusion over the one in the Escape hybrid, and the company says that the technology is not licensed from Toyota, as Nissan does for the Altima hybrid. The Fusion's trunk-mounted nickel-metal-hydride battery pack is smaller and lighter, for instance, and uses a different chemistry so that it doesn’t need a separate cooling system, simply drawing air in from the cabin to manage temperatures. The pack also produces 20 percent more power. Variable timing on the intake cam allows the vehicle to more seamlessly transition between electric and gas modes, according to Ford, and the Fusion can be driven up to 47 mph on electric power alone, depending on how leadfooted a driver is. Most hybrids can pull off the electric-only trick only as high as 25 mph or so. This here is definitely one of the most reliable cars on the market today.

Mercury Milan

The Mercury Milan was redesigned for 2010 along with its Ford Fusion twin. The Fusion went on and become the 2010 Motor Trend Car of The Year and with the two being identical save for some cosmetic differences, the Milan thus shares the same positive attributes -- interior design and quality, good powertrains, and solid on-road dynamics, to name a few -- that won the Fusion the coveted calipers. All this makes the Milan a good enough car to go on my list of reliable cars.

Lincoln MKZ

Meet the new and improved 2012 Lincoln MKZ, which features a new look outside and in and a host of refinements from stem to stern. Can a Lincoln really be as good as a Lexus? Read on and decide for yourself. Price range $34,965 - $43,440, EPA fuel economy estimates 17-18 MPG city, 24-27 MPG highway.

Honda Accord

Typical of a family car, the Accord sedan offers a four-cylinder or V-6 engine with manual or automatic transmissions. In ascending order, trim levels are the LX, LX-P, EX and EX-L. An Accord Coupe is also available; it comes in LX-S, EX and EX-L trims. This time we tested a four-cylinder EX sedan with an automatic, but I've driven most other Accord variants, too.

For 2010, Honda introduced a wagon offshoot dubbed the Accord Crosstour.
(the Honda Accord has always being one of the most reliable cars on the market)

Toyota Prius

The Prius is not the fastest or the most good looking car on the road but it makes up for this shortcoming by offering 100% reliability and a great fuel economy. It's one of the highest selling cars in the US, the company recommends oil change and a maintenance only after the car is driven for at least 100,000 miles. The price range starts with $23,000 and the mileage is 51/48 city and on the highway. This is also one of the most reliable cars that you will find one the market today.

Honda Civic

Since its launch the Civic has been one of the highest selling cars in America. The technology behind this car is so amazing that it also features in the list of most reliable used cars. For people who are looking out for a good family sedan at the rate of $17,000, the Civic is a good deal.

Toyota Yaris

The 2011 Toyota Yaris has a few good things going for it: excellent fuel economy, an affordable base price and an eccentric appearance. However, with a lackluster cabin and an uncomfortable driver seat, other small cars are better options. (But still a pretty reliable cars.)

Buick LaCrosse

The Buick LaCrosse is believed to be in the top 10 most reliable cars (2011). This is a mid-sized luxury sedan whose retail price starts at $27,000. A mileage of 19 MPG and 30 MPG on the highway is decent for a luxury car.

2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Impressive interior and exterior styling, as well as competent road manners, makes the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class a serious contender among luxury large cars and reliable cars. While the E-Class lacks sport sedan handling, most reviewers agree that it’s agile enough.

Audi A4

The 2012 Audi A4 offers a combination of top-notch interior quality and nimble driving dynamics that continues to earn praise from the automotive press. Since the introduction of the current generation A4 in 2009, Audi has made few changes. Only one engine is offered, and the A4 can be configured with either front- or all-wheel drive. Reviewers love Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system, saying it improves the A4’s grip on winding roads witch is why i added this great car to my list of reliable cars.

Toyota Corolla

The Corolla is striving to compete against reliable cars that offer competitive packages that include affordability, top performance and quality cabins. Even though it’s not hard for the competition to top the Corolla, it isn’t a bad car. It’s fuel efficient and performs well, but the interior and overall fit and finish can’t match the Honda Civic or Ford Fiesta.

Ford Flex

Reviewers rave about the 2012 Ford Flex’s high-tech interior, adult-sized third row and optional EcoBoost engine. Most also give its boxy exterior styling a big thumbs up, though they recognize that it won’t appeal to everyone. The 2012 Ford Flex has the space, the versatility, the features and the driving dynamics to make it a top choice among large family crossovers. However, the very thing that makes it extra appealing to some (styling) may drive others away. The ford Flex is a great car to buy if your looking for reliable cars.

Toyota Camry

The 2012 Camry Hybrid’s best-liked feature is that it transitions from gas to electric power seamlessly, with several reviewers saying the transition is excellent among hybrid powertrains. Reviewers think the revamped 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid is a great choice among hybrids because it drives like a gas-only car which make the car worthy of going on my list of reliable cars.

GMC Terrain

Unlike most compact SUVs, which have round, simple exteriors and a bland list of standard interior features, it comes packed with standard features like Bluetooth and a rearview camera. On top of that, the GMC Terrain has a lot of passenger space, and a sliding second row that increases leg or cargo room this suv deserves to be on my reliable cars list.

Cadillac CTS

If you’re shopping for an upscale midsize car that will stand out from the rest of the pack the 2012 Cadillac CTS is a great choice. I like its powerful V6 engines and excellent handling. If you want a car that can handle daily commutes with ease, but also carve corners, I say that the CTS is a good choice if your looking for a sedan.

Cadillac Escalade

The 2012 Cadillac Escalade is one of the most recognizable luxury large SUVs on the market, and reviewers love that it backs up its bold, blingtastic looks with great performance. The 2012 Cadillac Escalade comes standard with lots of power, clever interior features and flashy, unmistakable looks, so it’s no wonder it ranks at the top of its class. If I were looking for reliable cars i would Definitely have to consider the Escalade.

Lexus LS

The Ford Taurus gave the class of affordable large cars a much-needed shot of adrenaline when it was introduced in 2010. The Ford Taurus isn't just a great value. Its strong crash test ratings and Ford’s MyKey system – which lets parents set speed limits to help keep new drivers safe – make the Taurus a strong choice for families who have kids in car seats as well as teens. Is there really any question as to whether this is a reliable car or not.

Lincoln MKX

The Lincoln MKX’s high-quality, high-tech accommodations will please nearly any buyer, and reviewers say that leading luxury brands like Lexus should watch their backs. With a long list of standard features and spacious seating for five, reviewers say the MKX can compete with the best in its class.

Chevrolet Tahoe

The 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe is a good SUV for those who need rugged, truck-like capabilities in addition to seating for up to nine and lots of cargo space. The 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe is one of the better affordable large SUVs on the market. It has a hefty towing capacity, relatively good fuel economy for the class and it can seat up to nine. That’s more than you can say about most of its rivals the Chevrolet Tahoe easily makes my list of reliable cars without a doubt.

Acura TL

Next vehicle on my list of reliable cars is the 2012 Acura TL is ideal as both a comfortable daily commuter and a powerful weekend sport sedan. The 2012 Acura TL is a happy medium for shoppers looking for a competent daily driver and powerful sport sedan. It has a spacious interior and standard features, like Bluetooth and an iPod connection. It’s ideal for those wanting an athletic and aggressive car that nonetheless treats its occupants to a reasonably smooth ride and an accommodating interior with a generous assortment of high-tech features.

Lexus RX

The 2012 Lexus RX 350’s comfortable ride, upscale interior and above-average fuel economy keep it at the top of its class and worthy of making my reliable cars list. Its electronics are easy to use, its interior is well-made and it has plenty of power. most crossover buyers prioritize interior comfort and drama-free capability in rain or shine. For those shoppers, the Lexus RX 350 is one of the best choices you can make in this class.

Volkswagen Jetta

The Volkswagen Jetta was redesigned in 2011, and still receives lukewarm reviews from the automotive press for its cheap interior, decent performance and boring exterior. But since this list is about reliable cars the boring exterior really doesn't matter since it is still reliable.

Buick Regal

The 2012 Buick Regal offers performance and comfort at a price that’s less than many competing upscale midsize cars. Buick refuses to rest on its laurels with the 2012 Regal. It won this award for its low long-term ownership costs and high praise from auto reviewers, as well as its nimble handling and comfortable interior. All of these attributes make it a good value in its segment. The Regal is also the 2012 U.S. News Best Upscale Midsize Car for Families. This is an award it won for its good safety scores, roomy interior and high-quality cabin.

Audi A8

For 2012, the Audi A8 continues to offer excellent handling, standard all-wheel drive and an opulent, tech-heavy interior. As Audi’s flagship sedan, the 2012 A8 offers all the technology, comfort and performance that people expect from a super luxury car. From a performance standpoint, the A8 is a super-luxury Jack-of-all-trades. It’s sportier than the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Lexus LS, but more comfort-tuned than the Porsche Panamera and BMW 7-Series.

Dodge Charger

If you’re looking for a large car that doesn’t skimp on performance, it’s tough to beat the 2012 Dodge Charger. Thanks to a new, optional eight-speed automatic transmission, test drivers agree that the V6-powered Charger is no longer for bargain-basement shoppers who can’t afford the V8 model. The 2012 Dodge Charger fares well as a large sedan. When it comes to affordable performance, the Charger has no peer.
chevy malibu one of the most reliable cars chevy has ever produced
chevy malibu one of the most reliable cars chevy has ever produced

Chevy Malibu

A mild hybrid four-cylinder Eco model joins the Malibu lineup for 2013, and it uses General Motors eAssist system. Drivers will be impressed with the smoothness of the start-stop function and its strong brakes. Malibu’s seats are roomy and comfortable, and cargo space is better than many competitors. The Malibu has 10 standard airbags and an infotainment system that integrates Bluetooth phone and audio, satellite radio and Internet audio apps, like Pandora. Im sure you guys can see why the Chevy Malibu is one of the most reliable cars on the market right now.

Kia Optima

I absolutely have to add the KIA Optima to my list of reliable cars. With sportier performance than many rivals, good fuel economy, top safety scores and upscale available features, many auto critics agree that the 2013 KIA Optima is a good value in its class. Performance is one of the 2013 KIA Optima’s strong suits, it’s a lot sportier than many other mid-size cars thanks to its nimble handling, comfortable ride and choice of powerful four-cylinder engines. Potential car buyers will like that the optional turbocharged engine has power that matches most V6 engines in the class, yet delivers good fuel economy. At 24/35 mpg city/highway with the base engine, the Optima’s fuel economy is better than it's rivals.

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