When it comes to buying a car, the worst thing that could happen is getting stuck with a bad one. After all, they don’t come cheap, so if you’re shelling out a load of money, you want to make sure it’s all worth it. Reliability, performance, and comfort rank pretty highly on the list of things people want the most from their cars, and without them, cars tend to fade into obscurity.
Sure it’s great to have a car that looks amazing, but if it doesn’t go anywhere because it breaks down all of the time, then why bother having it? Thanks to car reviewers like J.D. Power, Kelley Blue Book, Consumer Reports, and Car Connection, we have found the worst-rated cars of 2020.