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In-car tech now the top woe on vehicle-reliability index

The study covered 177 specific problems grouped into 8 categories such as tech, exterior and engine

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'HOPE THIS BLUETOOTH STEREO DOESN'T ACT UP': Craig Sakowitz, who recently had problems with the Bluetooth in a car he rented, adjusts the aftermarket Bluetooth stereo in his Volkswagen in San Francisco. Bluetooth aside, voice-recognition tech has also been giving drivers grief.

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CRAIG Sakowitz could be considered a technologically adept driver. As an e-commerce project manager for the Gap in San Francisco, he often rents cars and relies on hands-free technologies to get work done.

But that's when he can make them work. When he rented a car

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