Among car manufacturers, as with almost anything, there are winners and losers. Micah Wright grabs Consumer Reports‘ most unreliable cars of 2016:
It’s not always easy pinning down exactly what makes an automobile unreliable, because between harsh environments, poor driving habits, and the occasional lemon or two, a lot can go wrong without there ever being a recall on the automaker’s end. Every year we look forward to hearing what Consumer Reports has found to be the least reliable cars on the market, because for as high-tech and well-made as automobiles are these days, there are more things that can go wrong with them than ever before.
Sorry, you’ll have to click through 11 pages of advertising to get the list, so here’s my spoiler alert!
- Chevy Tahoe-GMC Yukon
- Ram 2500
- Ford Fiesta
- Fiat 500L
- Tesla Model X
- Chrysler 200
- Chevy Suburban – GMC Yukon XL
- Jeep Renegade
- Ford Focus
- Cadillac Escalade
The list is an interesting mix of luxury cars, economy cars, with Chrysler, General Motors, and Ford not looking so good.