Of course there are people who can allow themselves changing cars every single year like iphones, but the majority of us consider an automobile as a rather significant investment with hopes that it will serve us well for years to come and will retain a rather solid resale value. In today’s episode we will be reviewing 10 most reliable cars of 2018, according to most recent studies from iSeeCars and consumer report.
The list is based on the inspection of millions of vehicles of previous model years, and relying on the consistency of some manufacturer’s quality and feedback from car owners, some of the new automobiles are expected to last over 200,000 miles if properly cared for.
Cars featured in this video:
Chrysler Pacifica: chrysler.com/pacifica/hybrid.html
Described as America’s first-ever hybrid minivan, Chrysler Pacifica uses both a 248 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 230 pound feet of torque and an electric motor. This is the only minivan that was rated as a Top Safety Pick+ by the IIHS in 2017
Honda Accord: shop.honda.com/accord-sedan.aspx
Honda Accord has proven throughout the years that it can be a reliable practical car that is especially fun to drive.
Toyota Corolla Hatchback: www.toyota.com
2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback is the first model in the 12th generation of the legendary vehicle. It has a new engine, two transmission options, and a redesigned look and rides on a new platform.
Ford F-150: ford.com/trucks/f150/2018/
It was believed that an already perfect Ford F-150 will not be getting any significant updates for the 2018 model year, but apparently engineers and designers at Ford always strive for innovation and perfection, and even though they have not reinvented this car but came up with some significant improvements.
Toyota Avalon: toyota-global.com
Toyota Avalon is a mid-premium full-size sedan that is tasked to satisfy consumers desire for high-level of comfort, sophisticated design and technologically advanced package.
Chevrolet Silverado 1500: media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado/2019.html
The New Silverado is not your typical car designed by a commission, as claimed by the manufacturer it is 100% consumer oriented and was based on the 7000 interviews of Chevy drivers.
Chevrolet Suburban: chevrolet.com/suburban-large-suv
In response to the American love of a big-size SUV for a large family, Chevrolet Division of GM continues to improve the Chevrolet Suburban that was first launched in 1935. The 2018 Suburban represents the 12th generation of one of the oldest cars on the market.
Toyota Sequoia: toyota.com/sequoia/features/mpg/7917/7919/7940
After the last major redesign in 2008, once again, Toyota Sequoia received only minor design updates and Safety Sense improvements.
Honda Odyssey: automobiles.honda.com/odyssey
Honda Odyssey is one of the safest family minivans on the market and has a 5-star vehicle safety rating from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Toyota 4Runner: www.toyota.com/4runner/
Toyota 4Runner is a classic body on frame SUV is built for exploring the wilderness and conquering new terrains. It has high safety scores due to its built and a standard six feature Star Safety System.