The Chevrolet line of automobiles has always spanned a wide gap in an effort to fulfill every purse and purpose, as the old saying goes, and that has never been truer than today. Walk into almost any Chevy dealership in the country, and you’re just as likely to come across a brand new Camaro or Corvette as you are a Chevy Volt, GM’s flagship plug-in hybrid.
The annual J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability study has just been released, and thanks to the Camaro and the Volt, the bowtie-brand came out on top in two key categories of the study, beating out longtime competitors from both America and abroad.
The reliability study measures customer complaints in the last 12 months on cars at least three years old, and in the compact car segment the Chevy Volt absolutely dominated. Customers love this car, and it has been at the top of the reliability study for three years now in the Compact Car segment. The Volt seems virtually unbeatable in this segment right now.
And then there’s the Camaro, which won the Mid-size Sports Car segment handily, beating out longtime rivals like the Ford Mustang and newcomers like the Hyundai Genesis. Again, customers love this car, but it’s also proven ruggedly reliable, despite owners constantly pushing the new Camaro to performance extremes.
One sips fuel, the other is among the fastest Chevrolets ever produced, and both are some of the most reliable cars on the road. You can’t go wrong with either one… or both.