We’ve continued to survey a small number of models (mostly Teslas) every six months, and now have updated stats on these covering through the end of 2019. Looking good: 2017-2018 Audi A4 / A5 / etc. 2017 Audi Q7 (no repairs reported by 20 owners during 2019), 2018 Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain 2018 Honda Accord 2016-2018 Mazda CX-5 2017-2018… More →
Truedelta recerntly surveyed owners of a select number of models and model years, most of them recently introduced. We thought our reliability information on these models would most benefit from a special survey covered through the end of 2018. We surveyed all Tesla models. When data from the second half of 2018 are added, the 2017-2018 Model 3 improved from… More →
At the end of August we updated our car reliability stats for the 48th time. The stats now cover through the end of June, 2018, putting them over a year ahead of the car reliability information you’ll find elsewhere. These stats include the Tesla Model 3 plus the redesigned Accord, Camry, and Equinox, among others. Which have been reliable? With… More →
A big thank you to everyone who has helped with TrueDelta’s Car Reliability Survey. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished together. Over the past twelve years we’ve helped countless people. Unfortunately, maintaining traffic and revenue (on top of operating the site) has become far too much work for two people. So we’ve made the difficult decision that the July 2018… More →
We’ve posted the 47th update of our car reliability stats. These cover through March 31, 2018, so about 11 months ahead of those you’ll find elsewhere. Some quick observations: The redesigned Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain rarely required repairs. Congrats to GM for a clean launch. The Chrysler Pacifica has worsened in its second model year. I’ve been meaning to… More →
You can already buy a few Chinese-made cars in North America, including the Buick Envision, Cadillac CT6 hybrid, and Volvo S60 Inscription, but not yet any from a Chinese company. Which of the many Chinese auto makers will be first? Based on a presentation at NAIAS (the Detroit Auto Show), GAC now seems to be the leading contender. Who’s GAC?… More →
Most disappointing new car at NAIAS: the 2018 Ford EcoSport. Ford dragged its feet on importing this small crossover from India (a first for the U.S. market). But the segment has become so hot that, like Chevrolet with the Trax, it decided it had to offer it. Ford claims to have thoroughly upgraded the EcoSport to make it suitable for… More →
Lexus LF-1 Limitless, a crossover companion for the LS sedan and LC coupe. I expect a future production Lexus to closely resemble this concept.
Comment by Jim Griffin after seeing photos from NAIAS on TrueDelta’s Facebook page.
Much of TrueDelta’s car reliability information is only accessible by members. But do members know this information exists? With the following types of reports do you: –not realize (or forget) it exists –know it exists, don’t see the point –know it exists, see the point, but never visit the pages –use this information The reliability reports: 1. reliability stats that… More →