I've owned 2 Toyotas, 3 Hondas, several Fords, several GM cars and two Dodges. The worst of the Japanese brand cars has been better than the best of the big three from Detroit.
My Maxima and my Pathfinder....I will probably buy another Nissan.
Most of my cars have been Japanese - Honda, Toyota, Mazda. Also tried Volvo. I do not buy American cars. I currently have 2 Toyotas and am very pleased with their performance, longevity, and minimal maintenance and wouldn't hesitate to buy another in the future.
Pajero ( shogun )
Retired it to the fields last year, but its 25 years old, it's done well.
Subaru's. More than 1.
A 1981 280ZX. All I ever did was put gas in it and change the oil. Still have it.
The best in-line six engine ever produced! Good for 300-350,000 miles if you took care of it. Mine only has around 150,000 in kilometers and miles. (Miles put together). Bought it in Japan years ago and brought it back. Steering is on the right. Has sat in the garage for the past 10 years, it needs some work to put her back on the road. I'll do that after I retire. Used to get a lot of strange looks while drivng it. Loved it.
Dodge Ram van
I've driven the same BMW for 6 years with no problem. Always thought German engineering was the best.
Vauxhalls Ive had loads of different cars but theyve always been reliable Fords have always been total crap
I like my one lol and all the Fords Ive had have borke down or rusted out o_0
The most reliable to me are Nissan, Toyota and Honda. The only drawbacks to them in the States is that parts are more expensive than for domestic vehicles. But they don't need to be worked on nearly as often. :)
Ah err......yeah i would go along with that.
Japanese are really reliable. I'd say the most reliable are VWs though. I see 50s bugs and buses running everyday. My most reliable vehicles have been Dodge and Mopars though. My truck beat every other truck for work and gas mileage hands down. And I love my 72 Dart
72 Plymouth 318 V8