The latest Consumer Reports reliability study is certainly packed full of more info than you can summarize in one article. That being said, we thought a followup to yesterday's overview was in order with some added focus on some of the best and worst vehicles and automakers in the industry.
Topping out the list of most reliable automakers isn't Lexus or Porsche (even if Porsche is second), but Toyota youth-brand Scion. And among Scions, the most reliable model is the rather dull xD, while the least reliable (the worst of the best) is the xB.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, it's (unfortunately for them) no surprise, with Chrysler slummin' it with some rather surprising company. Of the 27 automakers ranked, Chrysler was the worst, with the 300C the most reliable of its product offerings, while the Town & Country minivan gets the nod as the worst of the worst.
More: Scion Tops Reliabilty List, Chrysler Slumin' it at the Bottom on AutoGuide.com