Shopping for a car can be exciting, and also a little nerve wracking, especially because you don’t want to shell out tens of thousands of dollars on an unreliable vehicle. Well, if you’re in the market for a new set of wheels, “Consumer Reports" is here to make sure you don’t by a Lemon.
The magazine has come out with their annual list of the best and worst car brands out there, and based on the report you’re going to want to stay far away from Fiat. The car brand gets a score of just 39 out of 100, which keeps them at the bottom of the barrel just like last year. Fiat is so bad they score a full nine points less than Jeep, which is in second place, with a 48. According to the mag, Fiat earns its low scores because it isn’t reliable, it doesn’t drive well, it’s cramped and more.
“Consumer Reports” Ten Worst Car Brands
- Land Rover
- Alfa Romeo
So, what car should you be getting if you want reliability? Well, topping the list this year is Hyundai's new Genesis luxury division, with a score of 81.
"Consumer Reports" Ten Best Car Brands
Source: USA Today