What do you want in a car?
Dependability. But what, exactly, should be dependable?
Obviously the engine, the brakes, the ability to accelerate. Maybe gas mileage, or a good sound system.
Oh, wait, the car also needs to smoothly connect to Siri on my iPhone and tell me where the closest Starbucks is.
In its 2015 survey of the most dependable cars, J.D. Power has found that a growing number of car buyers care as much about the technology in their vehicles, which has nothing to do with driving, as they care about how the car actually drives.