Consumer Reports, a non-profit organization, has released a list of cars that have proved to be unreliable in several areas. Usually, vehicles let down their owners because of failures in power equipment or in-car electronics. Consumer Reports has considered these factors along with fifteen other areas like mechanical components and aesthetics to calculate a ‘Predicted Reliability Score’ for every car available in the market. The scores are based on the feedback provided by consumers who have experienced problems while driving popular brands. The data clearly proves that even big brands fail to deliver on customer promises. Following is the list of cars that have been given low reliability scores by consumers:
- Chevrolet Camaro
Owners are disappointed with this car’s transmission in addition to its electronics as well as drive systems.
- Mercedes-Benz GLC Class
This car from the famous luxury car maker has problems related to suspension, steering, brakes and power equipment.
- Jaguar F-Pace
Consumers have reported problems with Jaguar F-Pace’s drive system and in-car electronics. Moreover, this car also suffers from noises and leaks.
- GMC Acadia
Acadia has issues with its power equipment, in-car electronics and the drive system.
- Fiat 500
Like others cars in this list, the Fiat 500 has problems with its power equipment, brakes and in-car electronics.
- Ford Focus
This car is plagued by problems related to transmission problems and drive system.
- Ford Fiesta
Fiesta’s customers have reported problems with transmission and automatic climate control system.
- Volvo XC90
This popular luxury vehicle has problems with electrical system.
- Cadillac Escalade
The Cadillac has disappointed its customers due to the problems in its electrical system.
- Tesla Model X
This car is the least reliable of all the cars listed here because of the many problems faced by customers with regard to its body hardware, paint and automatic climate system.