When it comes to the reliability of American-made vehicles, it looks like the Blue Oval is out and Chrysler Group LLC is in. As you likely know, Chrysler Group is comprised not only of Chrysler, but also Dodge and Jeep. Which is the most reliable American brand? Well, according to Consumer Reports's annual reliability rankings, Jeep takes the cake. However, it certainly didn't raise Chrysler Group LLC's reliability ranking alone.
Walser Chrysler Dodge Jeep is proud to report all three Chrysler Group brands, including Chrysler and Dodge achieved higher rankings, this year. The most-improved brand is Chrysler, which moved up 12 places. Jeep climbed seven notches and Dodge - three. The three vehicles credited for the brands' notable improvements are the Chrysler 200, Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee, respectively.
How does Consumer Reports rate vehicle reliability? This year, via in-depth research and data analysis based on over one-million drivers who own or lease a vehicle between the 2002 and 2011 model years. The findings are trusted not only among industry experts as a valid indicator or how well current (2012) models will hold up, but also serve as a variable in many consumers' car purchase.
If reliability is one of your requirements in a new vehicle, Walser Chrysler Dodge Jeep encourages you to come down to 314 Mainstreet in Hopkins, MN 55343 and explore our entire lineup of Chrysler models today. From the 2012 Chrysler 200 sedan to the 2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible to the Chrysler 300 sedan to the Chrysler Town & Country minivan, we offer something for everyone. And, if a new Chrysler isn't in your cards right now, remember we also carry an expansive selection of like-new used cars.