So it’s that time of the year again, it seems. Consumer Reports (CR) has just released its survey findings on car reliability in the United States for the year 2017, and it’s not surprising to see Toyota and Lexus dominate the top two spots once again.

The biggest movers this time around are BMW and Subaru, both up four and five rungs (fifth and sixth place, behind fourth-placed Audi) respectively. Mercedes-Benz also climbed up three spots, but settles for 14th placing behind 13th-place Porsche and eighth-placed Buick.

If you disagree with the rankings, fret not, because CR said its “brand-level rankings are based on the average Predicted Reliability Score (based on a 0 to 100 point scale) for each brand’s model line-up.” Also, the survey is limited to the US market, so it may not necessarily be relevant (or accurate) to other markets.

Interestingly, CR also revealed each brand’s most reliable and least reliable car, with the 86 Coupe being Toyota’s best (a sports car!). Funnily though, Honda’s least reliable vehicle is the Ridgeline, drawing a stark contrast after being listed as one of CR’s top 10 best cars of 2017.