These are the 16 most unreliable car brands for 2020
- JD Power's vehicle-dependability study measures the number of issues reported by owners of three-year-old vehicles.
- In the 2020 survey, respondents reported an average of 134 problems per 100 vehicles.
- Land Rover finished last among 32 car brands, with 220 problems per 100 vehicles.
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Owners of three-year-old vehicles report fewer issues now than they have in the 31-year history of JD Power's vehicle-dependability study, but some brands still lag behind.
For the 2020 version of its study, JD Power collected responses from 36,555 owners of vehicles from the 2017 model year, measuring dependability a few years into ownership. While Genesis led the pack with 89 problems per 100 vehicles, Land Rover ranked last among 32 brands, with 220 problems reported per 100 vehicles compared to an industry average of 134 problems per 100 vehicles.
These are the least reliable car brands based on those metrics, according to JD Power.