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 split out stats for the hybrid, but haven’t yet. A higher percentage of hybrids could be the cause.
Limited data on the redesigned Toyota Camry indicate an about average number of repairs.
Limited data on the new VW Altas, redesigned Audi Q5, redesigned Honda Accord, and redesigned Honda Odyssey put them all in the red zone. We’ll have more solid stats on these in three months.
A very small amount of data on the Tesla Model 3 suggest it’s having problems, but not as many as the Model S and Model X did early in their runs. Instead, the Model 3 appears to be having about as many problems as the more mature models have been having lately. But–a very small amount of data. More in three months.
Among 2017s no repairs at all were reported for the following models:
Almost no repairs were reported for a few more:
Subaru Impreza (impressive for a redesign, though owners are having software issues with the infotainment system)
Mazda CX-5 (impressive for a redesign)
For all of our car reliability stats, check here.