Chevy vehicles have dominated the 2016 JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study, with four models leading four different segments, and two other Chevys placing top three for their segments.
The judges chose the winners based on the number of reported problems from vehicle owners whose cars are three years old, which makes the winners 2013 model year vehicles.
Brian Sweeney, the US vice president of Chevrolet, said Chevy is “delivering great performance, design, technology, and value across the entire vehicle lineup,” which contributes to low rates of mechanical issues.
The Chevy Malibu led the Mid-size Car segment for the second year in a row. The Camaro took its fourth-place win in the Sporty Mid-size segment, and the Silverado HD won for a second time in the Heavy Duty Pickup segment. The Equinox was the Compact SUV segment leader; the only car earning its first win.
Additionally, the Tahoe and Silverado were in the top three for the Large SUV segment and the Large Light Duty Pickup segment.