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  • (#8) Any GM, Chrysler, Or Nissan

    From Redditor /u/judgestorch:

    Been a shade tree mechanic in the US for more than 40 years...

    Nissan quality has fallen since their merger with Renault more than a decade ago. Worst auto transmissions in the industry now, made by JATCO.

    Chrysler has never really recovered in quality since their K-car/minivan rebirth days of the 1980s. There is a reason they've faced bankruptcies and had subsequent mergers with Daimler and Fiat.

    GM has shifted design and manufacturing overseas, mainly to Korea, for its passenger cars (which is an actual improvement from the crap they have been selling for decades). But the quality simply doesn't compare to Toyota or Honda. The same goes for Hyundai and Kia - mediocre quality at best.

    Ford probably ranks third in quality, behind Toyota and Honda.

    As cars have become more complicated to meet EPA and safety standards, reliability has dropped. There are miles of wiring, harness connectors, multiple computer control units, and countless sensors. It's almost impossible to make a car with high reliability and affordability at the same time, but the quality control at Toyota and Honda seems to outpace all others.

  • (#13) Jeeps

    From Redditor /u/SuperRooster1776:

    Jeeps. Remember, JEEP stands for "Just Emptied Every Pocket."

    Those things will run, but you will have so many minor issues, you’ll want to get out of it so quick,

  • (#4) Hyundai Sonatas And Elantras

    From Redditor /u/sarahollyx:

    I work at a body shop and can say almost every single Hyundai Sonata or Elantra I've seen (brand new especially) typically totals out from even the most minor collisions.

    These cars don't hold their value one tiny bit.

  • (#6) Renaults

    From Redditor /u/CrayRaysVaycay:

    My stepdad is a mechanic and always swore against Renaults due to them always having electrical issues. I didn't listen and bought myself a Renault Megane.

    Nine months down the line, the electric windows stopped working. Should have listened!

  • (#22) Any Chrysler, Dodge, Or Jeep

    From Redditor /u/batmanthepumper:

    Any Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep. I was a dealer technician for 18 years.

    The product sucked. Still does.

  • (#9) Land Rovers

    From Redditor /u/Butt_Putnam:

    I know most people reading this aren't in the market for one, but Land Rovers are hot garbage.

    Expect [bad] electrical issues that have your mechanic chasing his tail for the life of the vehicle.

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More and more people are considering buying cars. In many places, cars are no longer just luxury goods, but necessities. However, many people have also raised doubts: you can always see the list of the best car brands, why is there no list of the worst car brands? Now this random tool has generated a list of car brands that you should never, ever drive.

This random tool generates 23 items, including some car brands which you should never buy, suggestions are from mechanics, such as PT Cruisers, Renaults, etc. If you want to know which car brands are, you could click each item, then avoid using these brands of cars.

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