If you’re looking at reliability you would think the more that you pay for a car the better the reliability would be of that car. But that’s not what we’ve seen from our survey. We’ve seen some of the most inexpensive, small cars to be one of the most reliable cars out there. It may be that it has less technology on it to go wrong but they’re also put together extremely well. In general, the most reliable cars come from the Japanese manufacturers. But you can’t just say it’s Japanese, it’s going to be reliable. There’s some good, there are some that are not quite so good. And it’s not really the first 1, 2, or 3 years of reliability that you should be concerned about. It’s the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th year of ownership that is really important to you. That’s when the warranties run out. That’s when the repairs you’re going to be paying out of your own pocket. And also the resale value. Reliable cars tend to have a much higher resale value when you come to sell that car. So you really want to look at cars that are reliable over the long period of time. And when we look at cars over 10 years the most reliable are from Honda and Toyota. If you’re going out to buy a car, don’t buy a car in the first year of manufacture. Buy a car in the last year that that vehicle is going to be around. Because that’s going to be the most reliable. Maybe it doesn’t give you the panache of the new car but it will be the most reliable.