Consumer Reports Called These Car Brands the Worst of 2018

If you want to talk reliability ratings, no company or data company compares with Consumer Reports. Between the nonprofit’s extensive testing and wide subscriber base, there’s enough raw data and survey feedback to make the annual rankings definitive.

But the story doesn’t end there. Sometimes, there’s something about a car, truck, or SUV that defies the practical. You can call it whatever you like — Consumer Reports calls it customer satisfaction.

When an automaker fails to satisfy and tanks in reliability, it takes its place among the industry’s very worst. Here are the 10 car companies Consumer Reports called the bottom of the barrel for 201

If you want to talk reliability ratings, no company or data company compares with Consumer Reports. Between the nonprofit’s extensive testing and wide subscriber base, there’s enough raw data and survey feedback to make the annual rankings definitive.

But the story doesn’t end there. Sometimes, there’s something about a car, truck, or SUV that defies the practical. You can call it whatever you like — Consumer Reports calls it customer satisfaction.

When an automaker fails to satisfy and tanks in reliability, it takes its place among the industry’s very worst. Here are the 10 car companies Consumer Reports called the bottom of the barrel for 2018

 Mini

Poor reliability scores mostly dragged down the Mini brand. Models like the Countryman and Cooper scored below average in these tests for 2018, and it was more or less the same story as in recent years.

However, high customer satisfaction ratings kept Mini from a truly dreadful rating. People tend to like the look and feel of Mini, and that came across in their feedback.

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