The Most Reliable Cars Of 2015


We’ve scoured the markets to find the most reliable cars of 2015. No matter what your personal preference might be, the models listed below are perfect. None of them breaks down frequently, and they’re all built to last. Anyone who is looking to purchase a new model this year should consider the ones mentioned on this page. There is nothing worse then buying a new car that spends most of it’s time being repaired in the garage. So, take our advice, and get something with an excellent reliability record.

Toyota IQ

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It might not be the largest car on the market, but owners are thrilled with their purchase. The IQ has been around for quite a few years now, but it’s still going strong. The model is often put at the top of lists of this nature. That is because it rarely breaks down, and owners always reach their destinations. That said, there is some information that suggests the tyres need replacing regularly. So, it might be worth keeping the number of a mobile tyres specialist handy. Other than that, it’s the perfect machine for short distance commutes. It should never let you down.

Lexus NX

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It’s been a long time since Lexus made it to the top of any list. Let alone a list for reliability. However, the designers have been working hard to create something special during the last few years. The new NX model for 2015 is hailed as being one of the most reliable vehicles on the road. We tested one a couple of months ago, and we couldn’t find any issues. Information online suggests that owners only experience basic problems. You shouldn’t have to worry about major repair work for a long time if you choose to purchase one of these. Best of all? They’re much cheaper than you might expect.

Nissan Leaf

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The new Nissan Leaf is a very special model because it is the only electric car on this list. Those who care about their impact on the environment can’t go wrong. Compared to the other electric and hybrid models out there at the moment, it is far more reliable. Indeed, we couldn’t find a single complaint from owners online related to reliability. The only issue most people raise related to a lack of charging points. However, we can’t blame Nissan for that, and the situation is improving.

There you have it, guys. Those were the three most reliable cars available on the market today. Make sure you consider the information we’ve just relayed before purchasing inferior models. Most people would agree that style and comfort take a backseat when looking at reliability.
It makes more sense to get a model that is going to last a long time and never break down. If you choose a car based on looks alone, you are certain to experience issues. Just make sure you perform a lot of research before spending your hard-earned cash on any new model this year. As you can see from the information on this page, some of them are much better than others.


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About Sean Mackay

Sean writes about cars, golf and events going on in British Columbia, Canada. He is also the editor for The Automotive Review - an automotive publication bringing a West Coast flavour to its editorials.
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