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Volt Tops J.D. Power Dependability List; Wins US News Best For the Money; Chevy Going Green(er)

The 2011 Volt ranked number one in the compact class of J.D. Powers 25th annual Vehicle Dependability rankings.

This, it did while four cylinders gas cars have broke a streak and declined for the first time in over a decade, as you’ll see.

NOTE: I know the engineers are smart, and materials science improved, but as manufacturers push 100 horsepower per liter from some force-induction ICE four-bangers, does anyone here think they’ll last as long as a V6 or V8 with less output per liter, and perhaps an easier life?


The 2014 J.D. Powers Vehicle Dependability study saw a decline this year for the first time since 1998 due to a proliferation in four-cylinder engines, it said.


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