Top Used Cars Study Revealed by Forbes
In order to highlight these models Forbes.com recently released what it believes to be “The Best Used Cars” guide on the market, revealed by autoremarketing.com.
A list of 14 used vehicles was determined by Forbes mostly by considering the latest J.D Power & Associates U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, which included 43,700 owners of three-year-old vehicles. The owners were asked about any problems with their respective rides in the previous year in order to establish which of the 14 vehicle brands was the most reliable, as related by Jim Gorzelay in his report on Forbes.com
“We fine-tuned our final list of choices according to the vehicle’s current resale values, how well they performed when new and how they fare against their brand-new 2012 equivalents in terms of styling and features,” he said.
According to the J.D Power & Associates U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study Toyota and Ford fared the best, as each had four models make the list. Toyota scored best with with Scion xB, Lexus RX350, Toyota Sienna and Toyota Tundra. Ford also received top billing with Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ as well as Ford Edge. The lowest scores were obtained by by Mazda and Mercedes each being represented by one model on the owners prefference list list.