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Dependable Auto Brands  

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Everyone looks for something different when purchasing a vehicle. Some want comfort or style. Others want speed and performance. Longevity is almost always included on the list of wants. When you purchase a car, you want it to be reliable and last a long time. Here are some of the most dependable vehicles on the road.  


When it comes to longevity Toyota takes top spots on many lists, including being number one with Business Insider and Forbes. The brand is known for being reliable and one study from iSeeCars found that Toyota was most likely to last past 200,000 miles.  


Honda is a close second when it comes to longevity and dependability. The same study found only a 0.2 percent difference in longevity performance. This almost negligible difference really puts Toyota and Honda head-to-head for the top spot for long-lasting vehicles.  


It’s no surprise that the luxury brand owned by Toyota is on our list. Toyota’s are known for longevity and reliability, and Consumer Reports agrees, naming Lexus its most reliable vehicle of 2022. Not only was it ranked number one overall, but it also received the most reliable SUV of 2022 with the GX model.  


Kia has worked hard to make solid vehicles and cultivate a reputation for being reliable, and it’s paid off. The auto maker received top marks from J.D. Power in their 2022 U.S. Vehicle Dependability StudySM for non-luxury vehicles. Kia also placed number one with Yahoo! Finance for reliability.  


Hyundai also placed well with J.D. Power and Yahoo! Finance, snagging the third spot on both of those lists. Couple this with their America’s Best Warranty of 10 years or 100,000 miles it’s easy to see that longevity is built into the brand.  


When it comes to longevity, Ford is an obvious choice for dependability, and J.D. Power thinks so as well. The Ford Flex ranked third in midsize SUV, the F-150 took third in large light duty pickup, the Mustang got first for midsize sporty car and the Ranger was second in midsize pickup. Ford also grabbed the sixth spot in the iSeeCars 200,000 miles study, only 0.6 percent away from the top place. 


Overall, Dodge ranked eighth place in the J.D. Power study, and grabbed a few spots in the top three with the Charger in third for large car, the Durango in second for midsize SUV and the Grand Caravan in first place as highest ranked for minivans.    

Make it Last

When it comes to longevity and having a vehicle that lasts, you can’t go wrong with one of the makers listed above. No matter what is on your must-have list for your new vehicle, whether you’re looking for technology integrations, cargo space, power, or something else, you also probably want your vehicle to be dependable.     

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