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"A rising number of smaller, more powerful but troublesome four-cylinder engines led to the first decline in vehicle dependability in 15 years, according to J.D. Power & Associates' U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study released Wednesday.
The rise in complaints was led mostly by engine and transmission problems and among four-cylinder engines — which now account for more than 53 percent of new-vehicle sales in the U.S. and could account for two-thirds of sales by the end of the decade."
J.D. Power: 4-cylinder engines lead to 1st dependability decline in 15 years (Detroit News)
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