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Consumer Reports 10 Least Reliable Cars for 2023

Two companies are responsible for most of these troublesome vehicles.

Dan Carney

November 30, 2023

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The flip side of Consumer Reports' annual survey of drivers regarding the reliability of the cars for the organization's Most Reliable Cars report is the discovery of those models whose owners reported the most trouble.

Some of these problems were minor, things like broken interior trim or brakes that squeal, but others suffered engine or transmission failure, or in the case of electric vehicles, battery and charging problems.

This year's list is dominated by two companies, with one of them represented by four entries and the other having two vehicles in the top 10, in a mirror image of Toyota's domination of the list of most reliable vehicles.

Click through the slide show to see the winners, er, losers for 2023. The bottom 10 are listed in reverse order, with the most troublesome model listed last

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