Sometimes, manufacturers make bad cars. The experts at Consumer Reports did independent testing and referred to voluminous consumer surveys. The independent, nonprofit organization looked at its data recently and determined which car models had the lowest overall scores in their respective categories (and explained why they were so bad). In other words, other car models in these categories rated better in terms of road testing, reliability, owner satisfaction and safety.
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