Consumer Reports reliability study: G...

Consumer Reports reliability study: GM, Chrysler 'average'; Ford 'right at the bottom'

There are 4 comments on the MLive.com story from Oct 28, 2013, titled Consumer Reports reliability study: GM, Chrysler 'average'; Ford 'right at the bottom'. In it, MLive.com reports that:

Only one brand from the Detroit automakers made the top 10 of Consumer Reports' 2013 Auto Reliability Survey.

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william etheridge

West Palm Beach, FL

#1 Nov 26, 2013
my 2003 ford expedition has leak in roof 5 rust spots and leaking very bad and ford dealer say it will cost $3,000.00 dollars to fix this problem.
All I get from ford motor co. is stone walling no answer back at all . this is bull crap from them . this tells me they do not give a dam about the American customers at all .
fatbacks x

Portland, OR

#2 Dec 12, 2013
Had a 2003 f150. Transmision took a walk at 37000 mi. Bought a toyota tundra in '07 and am now on a '13 tundra. Everyone says why did you buy a jap truck? Number one is NO DOWN TIME. Number two is my tundra is'nt subsidized by the dumb ass taxpayers to the tune of ten and a half billion bucks like s--tolet.
fatbacks x

Portland, OR

#3 Dec 12, 2013
william etheridge wrote:
my 2003 ford expedition has leak in roof 5 rust spots and leaking very bad and ford dealer say it will cost $3,000.00 dollars to fix this problem.
All I get from ford motor co. is stone walling no answer back at all . this is bull crap from them . this tells me they do not give a dam about the American customers at all .
Trade that turd in on a made in america vehicle like a Toyota! You won't have to be on a first name basis with a FRAUD MO CO service manager
its us or

United States

#4 Dec 12, 2013
william etheridge wrote:
my 2003 ford expedition has leak in roof 5 rust spots and leaking very bad and ford dealer say it will cost $3,000.00 dollars to fix this problem.
All I get from ford motor co. is stone walling no answer back at all . this is bull crap from them . this tells me they do not give a dam about the American customers at all .
Geez, a 10 year old truck with rust! What's up with that? They should never rust, ever. If you had bought a Dodge, you'd need to drive with waders in bad weather because of the water splashing up the floor and in the door.

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