Out of all the most popular car brands that make sedans, which one can be relied on the most? To find the answer, we’ve asked 606 SlashGear readers based in the United States to tell us their opinion. With six different brands to choose from, the votes are pretty scattered, but we still have a clear winner — followed by a strong second choice.
According to the results of our exclusive poll, respondents said Toyota makes the most reliable sedans, with 37.95% of the votes going toward the Japanese manufacturer. We’re not surprised — Toyota has certainly released some popular sedans, including the Camry and the Corolla, both of which are often praised for their reliability. They even made it onto our list of the most reliable sedans of all time.
The second brand that our readers believe to be reliable is Honda, which won 25.08% of all the votes. Once again, this didn’t come as a surprise — we’ve all heard of the Honda Civic and the Honda Accord. Honda’s success is followed by Nissan, which scored 14.19% of all votes, and Mercedes-Benz with 11.39%. The last two spots didn’t manage to gather a lot of support, although that doesn’t necessarily mean their vehicles can’t be trusted: Hyundai snagged 7.10% of all votes, followed by Mazda coming in last with just 4.29%.