The biggest cause of problems with new vehicles sold in the U.S. isn’t the mechanical failures highlighted by this year’s record run of safety recalls. It’s buggy infotainment systems.
Freezing touch screens, Bluetooth wireless systems that don’t sync with phones and balky multi-function controls are the top source of complaints from buyers of new cars according to the latest survey of new vehicle reliability from Consumer Reports. Topping the annual reliability rankings for the eighth straight year – Toyota.
ABC’s Scott Goldberg joined us for more details.
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