MINI: Most Unreliable New Car in 2009

I was watching CNN this morning while getting ready for work and they announced a new JD Power initial quality survey that showed (in their view) that the US car industry was improving. They were quoting figures for the number of repairs required in the first 90 days per 100 cars. Only ones I remember (roughly) are:

  • Lexus – 84 repairs per 100 cars
  • Porsche – 90
  • Cadillac – 91
  • MINI – 165 per 100 cars
  • Industry average – 108

In trying to find the article I found this one that says that MINI came dead last: ouch! The full details are on the JD Power website. But here is a summary:

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