Consulting firm J.D. Power and Associates released its annual survey of new vehicle quality Wednesday. The survey questioned 86,000 people with 2014 model-year vehicles after 90 days of ownership and asked them what problems they had.

Hyundai was the top-rated non-luxury brand in the latest JD Power vehicle quality survey. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Here's how the brands stacked up, the number of problems reported per 100 vehicles and the number of positions the brands rose or fell from a year ago.

1. Porsche (74, same)

2. Jaguar (87, +7)

3. Lexus (92, same)

4. Hyundai (94, +6)

5. Toyota (105, +2)

6. Chevrolet (106, -1)

7. Kia (106, +4)

8. BMW (108, +10)

9. Honda (108, -1)

10. Lincoln (109, +7)

11. Audi (111, +2)

12. Chrysler (111, +4)

13. Cadillac (115, +1)

14. Mercedes-Benz (115, -2)

15. Volvo (115, +4)

16. Ford (116, +11)

17. GMC (116, -15)

18. Ram (116, +10)

INDUSTRY AVERAGE: 116 (up from 113)

19. Buick (120, -4)

20. Nissan (120, +10)

21. Dodge (124, +5)

22. Land Rover (127, -1)

23. Infiniti (128, -19)

24. Volkswagen (128, -1)

25. Acura (131, -19)

26. Mini (133, +3)

27. Subaru (138, -2)

28. Mazda (139, -4)

29. Scion (140, +4)

30. Mitsubishi (145, +1)

31. Jeep (146, -9)

32. Fiat (206, same)

Source: J.D. Power and Associates