Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The Enterprises TV Show Highlights the Least Repaired Cars

A recent survey of car owners from CarMD determines which vehicles are the least likely to visit repair shops. The Enterprises TV show shares which ones cost owners less in repairs.

Looking for a new vehicle? Do you want to know which car or crossover vehicle has the least amount of repair costs? The CarMD vehicle owner survey pinpoints which cars and crossovers have the least amount of repairs.

Honda once again was first on the list for the least amount of repairs.
Hyundai came in second, followed by Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Kia, Nissan, Mazda and BMW to round off the top ten.

The 2012 Toyota Camry was the least repaired car model. It is followed by the 2012 Honda Civic and the 2012 Hyundai Sonata which came in second and third respectively.

In other vehicle repair categories, the 2011 Honda Odyssey ranked first for minivans, the 2008 Toyota Highlander for full-size SUV and the Kia Soul in the wagon/crossover SUV category.

Hyundai vehicles spend less time with the mechanic than any others, excluding Hondas.
Mazda owners spend less than owners of other vehicle makers, the Enterprises TV show learns. This information is offered to help readers who are thinking of getting a new vehicle soon make a sound and informed decision before making any payments.

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