The Most Reliable Cars and SUVs of 2017

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Predicted reliability ratings aren’t a guarantee that a specific car won’t break down, but they give a pretty good idea of cars that are more dependable than others. You can compare cars by their predicted reliability ratings in our new car ranking segments.

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