updated 3/7/2005 3:17:15 PM ET 2005-03-07T20:17:15

Consumer Reports ranks the reliability of 2004 model year vehicles for various automakers in its annual automotive issue, scheduled to hit newsstands Tuesday.

The magazine ranks reliability based on a survey of its subscribers, then reports problems per 100 vehicles. The average problem rate for all vehicles in the survey was 16 problems per 100 vehicles.

Consumer Reports didn't get enough data for Mitsubishi, Kia and Porsche:

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