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Crossover | Reliability
By examining reliability and freedom from repair ratings from a variety of recent surveys, including Consumer Reports, Intellichoice and J.D. Power, we rank vehicles most likely to be worry-free.
 Honda CR-V Basic warranty: 3yr/36K miles
Drivetrain: 5yr/60K miles
Honda CR-V  Redesigned for 2007, the Honda CR-V manages to be different yet the same when it comes to the basic quality that has made it a leader in owner satisfaction at J.D. Power and with the testers at Consumer Reports. It gets the highest marks in all critical mechanical areas.
 Acura MDX Basic warranty: 4yr/50K miles
Drivetrain: 6yr/70K miles
Acura MDX  The J.D. Power Initial Quality Ratings give the Acura MDX, which was redesigned for 2007, "better than average'' marks in the mechanical category but only "average" marks elsewhere. Consumer Reports rates the MDX as "better than average" in the field with "very good" marks for reliability.
 Subaru B9 Tribeca Basic warranty: 3yr/36K miles
Drivetrain: 5yr/60K miles
Subaru B9 Tribeca  Given a new nose for 2008, the Tribeca B9 also received a 3-liter, 245 horsepower V6. Based on the its debut model in 2006, Consumer Reports ranks the Tribeca as "better than average'' in reliability, with high marks for handling and fit and finish.
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