USA: As usual, Japanese lead Consumer Reports survey
The Consumer Reports annual auto reliability survey of 2001 makes and models has found the narrowest margin yet between US domestic and European nameplates. European- and American-branded vehicles averaged 23 and 24 problems per 100 vehicles, respectively, while models made by Japanese companies averaged only 15 problems per 100.
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