what's more reliable? (in general)

Asked by Jul 03, 2013 at 03:36 PM

Question type: General

what's more reliable a 2002 Jaguar XJR or
a Audi a8 2004 or a 2008 jeep patriot or a
2006 BMW 328?

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I personally would say Bimmer, but your question really would require an indepth search ofall issues or non issues of all your choices including actual customer ratings which can be found on this site and also consumer reports website as well.

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22,725

The BMW wins, by default- and it's a nicer car to drive, too- here's the score: Jag,yikes! Audi,OMG! Jeep,NOOOO BMW,Ahhhhh

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