9 Most (and Least) Reliable Midsize SUVs for 2019

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
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Midsize SUVs With a History of Good (and Bad) Reliability Ratings

When shopping for a new vehicle, it’s important to know that it’s going to stand the test of time and be free of frequent problems. A new midsize SUV is a major investment, so there’s an expectation that you’ll be able to depend on it. As busy as life is these days for most families, the last thing you need is to be stranded or without your vehicle for a period of time. This is why we include J.D. Power reliability ratings in our vehicle scores and rankings.

Which midsize SUVs are most likely to remain relatively trouble-free? Conversely, which vehicles in the class may end up costing you excess time and money?

We’ve ranked every midsize SUV that has a history of above-average or below-average reliability ratings. Some 2019 SUVs have the same predicted reliability rating, so we break the tie using each vehicle’s U.S. News overall score.

Our scores and rankings change on a regular basis due to updated safety and reliability data, as well as the consensus of the automotive press. So, some scores in this slideshow may not match up with those in our rankings. Keep reading to learn about the most (and least) reliable midsize SUVs for the 2019 model year.

This article covers non-luxury midsize SUVs. If you’d like information about the most (and least) reliable luxury midsize SUVs, click here.

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