- JD Power released its 2020 dependability study on February 12.
- Overall, automakers got the best reliability score in the study's 31-year history.
- Toyota won more vehicle-segment awards than any other automaker.
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Cars are becoming more reliable, according to the 2020 version of JD Power's annual dependability study.
Overall, automakers received the best score in the study's 31-year history, with an average of 134 problems per 100 vehicles during the past 12 months.
The study broke down the most reliable vehicles from model-year 2017 by category, naming a winner in 20 segments.
These are the most reliable SUVs, pickup trucks, and sedans, according to JD Power.
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