A Consumer Reports recommendation isn’t everything. After all, the Jeep Wrangler never gets one, yet this model posts strong sales and high owner satisfaction ratings every year. In short, the overall experience of a Wrangler transcends its limitations in reliability and comfort.
But not every SUV is a Wrangler, and most aren’t trying to be. For most utility models out there, poor reliability or fuel economy will have a direct impact on sales (not to mention an owner’s free time). That’s why the most reliable SUVs in annual Consumer Reports rankings get so much attention.
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