The average of all the numbers on that list comes out to 232, so I'll use that as my average.
Grouping these numbers by geographical source (American, European, Japanese, Korean), and, just for nostalgia'* sake, considering Chrysler to be American and Volvo, Saab and Jaguar to be European, we come up with:
American: 212 (-9% versus average 232)
Japanese: 231 (+0% vs avg)
European: 257 (+11% vs avg)
Korean: 258 (+11% vs avg)
Even if we take Ford-vo, Ford-uar, and Sob away from Europe, we have:
American: 218 (-6% vs avg)
European: 260 (+12% vs avg)
Let'* be fair and let Europe take the fall for Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep:
American: 215 (-8% vs avg)
European: 253 (+9% vs avg)
(That actually helps Europe...isn't that a sad thought
Wow, so any way you slice it, American makes, as a group, have the best reliability?
I wish car buyers knew that