Porsche has topped the J.D. Power and Associates dependability study for 2010. Porsche owners only reported 110 problems per 100 (PP100) cars sold. For comparison, the industry average was a 155 PP100 score and lowest on the list was Land Rover with 255 problems per 100 cars sold. In 2009 Porsche was number eleven with a 150 PP100 score. Other premium brands on the list include Lexus (4), Mercedes-Benz (9), Cadillac (12), Infiniti (13), BMW (16), Hummer (23), Jaguar (24), and Audi (27). One interesting note is Jaguar, which has been increasing in reliability the past ten years or so, placed second in 2009 with a 122 PP100 score, has now dropped considerably with a 175 PP100 score.
[via J.D. Power and Associates]