The 6 Most Reliable Cars of 2018

4. Most Reliable Crossover/SUV: Honda CR-V

One of the major front-runners in reliability among all models is the CR-V. It might not look the coolest or go the fastest, but the CR-V is capable, dependable, and a cheap date to bring with you wherever life takes you.

Starting price: $25,245

Maintenance costs: $35,398

Fuel efficiency: 27-30 combined mpg

Safety features: Honda Sensing Suite, which includes blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and automatic emergency braking

Resale value: The Honda CR-V has traditionally held its value very well.

Yet another great Honda model for the price.

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5. Most Reliable Truck: Chevrolet Silverado

Chevy makes a name for itself with the Silverado, a long-standing nameplate.

Starting price: $29,695

Maintenance costs: $42,426

Fuel efficiency: 13-20 combined mpg

Safety features: Standard features include Lane Keep Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Forward Safety Awareness.

Resale value: Won the KBB Best Resale Value Award for the Full-Size Pickup segment.

You’re everyone’s best friend when you have a pickup, but this Silverado is one you’ll be happy to show off.

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6. Most Reliable Luxury Vehicle: Audi A4

Perhaps the most debatable of segments in terms of reliability, the Audi A4 wins the luxury segment for its all-around value.

Starting price: $36,000

Maintenance costs: $54,242

Fuel efficiency: 27-31 combined mpg

Safety features: Includes rear cross traffic assist, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, top view camera system, active lane assist, and Audi pre-sense rear.

Resale value: Resale value is not the best compared to other German competitors, who start out higher priced.

That concludes our top six most reliable 2018 models. If you’re looking to squeeze the most out of those Benjamins and invest in the best, take a look at these competitors and test drive them today.

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