J.D. Power and Associates’ Vehicle Dependability Study ranked two Chevrolets as being the most dependable vehicles in their respective class. This study that was performed tracked the reliability of 2010 models during the third year of ownership. The Chevy Tahoe was named the most dependable large crossover/SUV according to the study and the Chevy Camaro took the top spot in the category of midsize sports car.
The Chevy Tahoe is the best-selling full size SUV on the market in large part because of its dependability. In addition to that, it can tow up to 8,500 pounds. It’s also roomy enough to comfortably fit the entire family, the pets, and still have enough room to store luggage on the long road trips.
The Camaro has been outselling its competitors ever since the 5th generation’s first model was introduced in late 2009. One of the reasons many car buyers are switching to Chevrolet is because of the Camaro. In fact, 4 out of every 10 Camaro retail buyers swapped out a non-GM car at the time of purchase.
“Receiving such a prestigious dependability award the first year Camaro was introduced demonstrates our commitment to provide customers with the best possible ownership experience,” said Alicia Boler-Davis, vice president General Motors Global Quality and U.S. Customer Experience. “Together with Tahoe leading its segment, this is another example of our focus on creating life-long customers.”
When it comes to dependability you can’t beat the Chevy Camaro or Chevy Tahoe, both available at Clements Chevrolet.