The latest TrueDelta Vehicle Reliability Survey results have been posted. These are for the year ending June 30, 2007. Late responses could lead to further changes, but these are unlikely to be large.

For the 2007 Nissan Versa, I have an average of 3.4 months of data on 92 cars. This is the largest sample for any model--thanks to great participation.

The stat of 70 successful repair trips per 100 vehicles per year (0.7 per vehicle) is a bit worse than average for a 2007 model, and a large improvement from last quarter. My sense is that more recently produced cars have not been having as many problems as earlier cars.

A broad array of mostly minor problems have been reported. Examples include:
Power window failure
Fuel hatch release cable disconnected
Inside door handle came off, needed to be re-attached
Trunk lid mechanism
O2 sensor
Ventilation sensor
Body Control Module (for common TPMS issue)
Bluetooth module

Everyone who has been helping out with this research, thanks, I literally couldn't have done it without you. Those who aren't yet helping out, I hope you'll consider doing so.

Other results:

TrueDelta Vehicle Reliability Survey results