Ever wonder which cars on the market have the least check engine problems? A survey from CarMD.com composed that information so that consumers can shop wisely. This list will help you choose a car with less check engine problems.
2016 Volvo XC90
If the check engine light comes in on this crossover, it’s most likely recommending that you replace the mass air flow sensor.
2016 Honda Civic
This popular compact car comes in both sedan and coupe. Its check engine light is usually on for the simplest reason possible — as a reminder to tighten or replace the fuel cap.
2017 Toyota Sienna
The most common reason for the check engine light in the Toyota Sienna is also to replace the fuel cap, which makes this minivan a reliable option for families.
2015 Subaru Forester
The Subaru Forester comes with standard all-wheel drive, so it’s both adventure ready and reliable, since you won’t be seeing much of the check engine light in this vehicle.
2017 Honda CR-V
This reliable SUV won’t require many check engine light related repairs. Its most common reason for displaying the check engine light is a call to replace the O2 sensors.
2017 Subaru Crosstrek
If you see the check engine light in this compact crossover, you probably just need to replace the EVAP vent filter.
If you don’t like to deal with check engine lights or would rather not see one at all, the above are strong vehicle choices — and you can find other good used vehicles not on the list at E-Z Way Auto Sales!