The most disappointing cars

The most disappointing cars

FineAuto

The American publication Consumer Reports conducted its traditional annual survey and published a rating of 10 cars that brought the least satisfaction to owners in 2021. More than 300 thousand people took part in the polls conducted by the publication, and the Toyota C-HR SUV became the leader of the list, with the lowest owner satisfaction index.

The satisfaction rating is the percentage of owners who said they would buy the same vehicle again. At the same time, the respondents’ answers could be influenced by a variety of reasons – from reliability and performance to cost and subjective factors.

KIA Forte is on the tenth line: 47 percent of respondents decided to remain faithful to the model. The Cadillac XT4 earned the same satisfaction index. Two Jeep SUVs – the Renegade and the Compass – each scored 46 percent, the same for the Infiniti QX50.

Nissan Rogue Sport (Qashqai) took the fifth line with 42 percent of owners who want to buy the model again. Next up is another Infiniti, the Q50 with 40 percent. The Chevrolet crossover was able to gain only 37 percent, but the first two distinguished itself by a noticeable gap: only 30 percent of respondents voted for the Ford EcoSport, and 29 percent for the Toyota C-HR.

Late last year, the British edition of What Car? compiled a new rating of the most unreliable cars. The leader was the third-generation Nissan X-Trail, with a reliability index of only 59.7 percent. The list also includes Qashqai and Juke, several Land Rovers, Peugeot 2008, Audi A6 and Porsche 718 Cayman.

We also recommend that you watch a detailed review of the Toyota C-HR from the FineAuto team:

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