Hyundai beats Toyota to top CarMD reliability survey

Here at Glenbrook Hyundai, the happy car store, our Hyundai’s have passed Toyota in a Recent CarMD reliability survey. This is a very important feat, Hyundai is proud to say they are the most reliable car manufacturer on the current market. We have ranked first out of ten auto manufacturers. If you want a great deal on a car that wont cost you in the long run, stop in today to see our elegant line-up. If your tight on time feel free to contact us, We are conveniently located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, see the article below for more statistics on the Reliability rankings!



Hyundai has usurped Toyota to claim top spot in CarMD’s third annual Vehicle Health Index survey.

The Index tracked the frequency and cost of repairs for “check engine” problems in 119 million cars in the US, built between 2003 and 2013. It compares the two measures to produce an overall rating, with 0.00 representing a perfect score.

While Toyota has previously ranked first, Hyundai overtook the Japanese giant this year, with 2.44 per cent of its cars recording a problem, at an average repair cost of $312.67. By comparison, 10.34 per cent of Toyota’s cars recorded a problem (an increase of 52 per cent on last year), at an average repair cost of $540.53.

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Camry HL

Both sets of results represent a drop in reliability from last year’s report.

Toyota’s average cost of repair was the highest of the top 10 manufacturers, while General Motors, which placed third, had the lowest, at $304.99. GM had the highest recorded frequency of problems of the top 10 manufacturers, however, at 28.75 per cent.

Hyundai Elantra



was the overall Index leader, the 2012 Toyota Camry was found to be the top individual vehicle, with the least frequent “check engine” problems recorded. The Camry outranked the three Nissan models and four other Toyota’s, as well as Hyundai’s best performing model, the 2010 Elantra, which ranked ninth.

The top 10 manufacturers in the report were: Hyundai, Toyota, General Motors, ChryslerHondaFord,NissanKiaVolkswagen and Mitsubishi. General Motors’ third place was up from eighth last year, while Chrysler rose from 10th.

Observe this video a 2005 Hyundai Sonata with 270k plus miles, our testimate to the reliability of our quality made Hyundai’s!




Glenbrook Hyundai, a car dealer in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is a family owned and operated dealership. Located in Fort Wayne for over 20 years, Glenbrook Hyundai understands the value of a Happy customers. For the past 10 years, 62% of all Glenbrook Hyundai customers have been either repeat customers or someone referred in by a friend. The "Happy Car Store" theme came about a few years ago when Mark McKibben, the store's General Manager, decided to make buying a car at Glenbrook Hyundai different than every other dealership in the area. Some of the Happy Car Store advantages are: - a quicker sales process, no need to take hours to buy a car - Glenvrook Hyundai is a full disclosure dealership, every customer gets to see the price, taxes, fees, money down options, term options, trade figures...everything they need to know to make a well informed decision, with absolutely NO PRESSURE to buy. - The area's largest selection of new and used Hyundais - Service rewards cards, giving customers the opportunity to earn free oil changes, rental cars, complete details and more. - Service loaner cars - 100% customer oriented sales process - A Happy, No Worries atmosphere - And much, much more Stop in to see us at: Glenbrook Hyundai 4801 Coldwater Road Fort Wayne, IN 46825 260-484-9531 Or check us out on the web anytime at
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