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J.D. Power and Associates recently released its ranking of initial quality in 2013 model-year vehicles. Here's how the brands stacked up, along with their problems per 100 vehicles and how much they moved up or down in the rankings from last year.

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Porsche (80, +2)

GMC (90, +10)

Lexus (94, -2)

Infiniti (95, +3)

Chevrolet (97, +10)

Acura (102, same)

Toyota (102, +1)

Honda (103, -3)

Tom Smart, Deseret News

Jaguar (104, -7)

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Hyundai (106, +8)

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Kia (106, +8)

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Mercedes-Benz (106, -3)

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Audi (108, +3)

Tom Smart, Deseret News

Cadillac (108, -10)

Buick (109, +2)

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Chrysler (109, +9)

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Lincoln (113, +3)

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BMW (114, -8)

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Volvo (114, +2)

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Smart (115, +19)

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Land Rover (116, +7)

Jeep (118, +1)

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Volkswagen (120, +8)

Tom Smart, Deseret News

Mazda (125, -13)

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Subaru (128, -3)

Ravell Call, Deseret News

Dodge (130, +3)

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Ford (131, same)

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Ram (132, -14)

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Mini (135, +3)

Nissan (142, -17)

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Mitsubishi (148, -1)

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Fiat (154, +1)

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Scion (161, +1)