Car buyers want to drive something they can rely on and the latest J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study says that requirement is “at its best level ever”.  Among all brands, Lexus ranks highest in overall vehicle dependability in this study.  The research found Porsche came in a close second.   The study ranked Buick third overall and highest among mass-market brands.  Researchers compiled their information from about 37,000 original owners of 2015 model-year vehicles who kept the cars for three years.

Here’s a look at the second generation 2019 BMW X4.  The highlights include wider tracks, a lower center of gravity, and the latest generation suspension.  There are two versions to choose from: BMW X4 xDrive30i and BMW X4 M40i.  Arriving in July 2018, the price starts at $50,450 for the 30i, and $60,450 for the M40i.