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We started TrueDelta because other sources of car reliability information were only providing dot ratings. Dots are vague. From them, you can tell if a car is better or worse than average. But how much better or worse? And what's the average?
Here you'll learn how often cars require a repair, so you can tell how good the good ones are, how bad the bad ones are, and how much they really differ.
Plus much more--including the description of every reported repair. Maybe your car is having a problem. Have others reported the same problem?
There's more. But how much do you want to read?
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