Special Report

The Most and Least Reliable Car in Each Class

Midsized SUVs

Toyota 4Runner
Source: Toyota.com

> Most reliable midsized SUV: Toyota 4Runner
> Reliability rating: 88
> Starting price: $34,010
> Satisfied owners: 78%

Jeep Grand Cherokee
Source: Jeep.com

> Least reliable midsized SUV: Jeep Grand Cherokee
> Reliability rating: 18
> Starting price: $30,295
> Satisfied owners: 74%

Large SUVs

Ford Expedition
Source: Ford.com

> Most reliable large SUV: Ford Expedition
> Reliability rating: 81
> Starting price: $46,225
> Satisfied owners: 83%

Chevrolet Suburban
Source: Chevrolet.com

> Least reliable large SUV: Chevrolet Suburban / GMC Yukon XL (tied)
> Reliability rating: 10
> Starting price: $49,700 / $51,230
> Satisfied owners: 80%

Luxury Compact SUVs

Mercedes-Benz GLC
Source: mbusa.com

> Most reliable luxury compact SUV: Mercedes-Benz GLC
> Reliability rating: 89
> Starting price: $39,150
> Satisfied owners: 78%

Lincoln MKC
Source: lincoln.com

> Least reliable luxury compact SUV: Lincoln MKC
> Reliability rating: 18
> Starting price: $32,880
> Satisfied owners: 63%

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