The Most Reliable 2013 Sedans
Most Reliable 2013 Cars: Sedans
J.D. Power annually surveys thousands of new- and used-car owners, gathering information about what has gone right and gone wrong, and what people like and dislike about their vehicles. Based on this research, J.D. Power predicts how reliable new cars are likely to be in the years ahead. The 2013 model-year sedans that follow, listed in alphabetical order, are the top-rated, non-luxury models in terms of predicted reliability.
Designed and engineered in Europe, the Buick Regal is a little bit smaller than many midsize sedans, but includes a fuel-efficient hybrid powertrain as standard equipment. A turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is installed in the Regal Turbo model, while the performance-oriented Regal GS gets modified styling, extra horsepower, and other changes intended to transform it into a genuine sport sedan.
The Impala full-size sedan continues in LS, LT and LTZ trim levels, offering a new Luxury Edition package for the LT. A 300-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 is the only engine available for the current iteration of the Impala, which continues for 2014 as the Impala Limited and will be sold only to businesses and governments. A redesigned 2014 Impala arrives for consumers to consider.