By just about any metric you choose – from fuel economy to long-term reliability – today’s automotive offerings continue to get better and better. But there are still a few clunkers.
And Forbes magazine has come up with a list of what it claims are the worst cars on the road, using data from six key studies – covering matters such as safety and cost-of-ownership.
The list includes a few surprises, such as the vaunted Mercedes-Benz S-Class, as well as some poorly-reviewed offerings, notably the Smart fortwo. But Forbes reserves the brunt of its wrath for Detroit, which overwhelmingly dominates the list with models like the Cadillac Escalade.
The significant exception is Ford, which didn’t place a single model on the list of dubious honor.