NEW YORK (AP) -- Toyota Motor Co.'s Scion brand tops the list of most reliable cars in Consumer Reports' annual vehicle reliability study, as Asian automakers continue to fill the top of the magazine's rankings.
The study surveyed more than 1.4 million Consumer Reports subscribers in the spring, covering model years 1999 to 2008.
The results released Thursday show Scion vehicles as the most reliable, followed by Acura, Honda, Toyota and Lexus.
Consumer Reports was tough on domestic brands. The nonprofit says Land Rover ranked least reliable, followed by Saturn, Chrysler, Cadillac and Dodge.
Ford Motor Co.'s brands are ranked most reliable among the U.S. automakers.