I am always a bit skeptical of any conclusions drawn from J. D. Power Initial Quality Surveys (90 days), but according to data in an internal GM analysis obtained by Automotive News, GM is currently second only to Honda in initial powertrain quality, followed by Nissan, then Toyota. According to GM's numbers, Toyota was number one last year at 16.1 problems per 100 cars, but crept up to 18.7 this year. I can't imagine major problems within 90 days of ownership, but then again, I'm pretty picky when my vehicles are new, so perhaps there is some concern based on perception. Still, I think manufacturers should place more stock in repair numbers instead of owner reports for any objective conclusions. Based on GM's report, Austin Powers probably made the right choice for shagging potential within 90 days - yeah, baby!