Worst luxury cars to Buy
There are about 250 million cars on the road in the US and every year, about 40 million of those change hands as used cars. If you're thinking of buying one of those 40 million though, make sure you check this list lest you end up with a lemon.
15. Audi A4
Audi's A4 is one of the most popular cars in the segment but earlier versions, specifically those before 2007, are proving to be incredibly unreliable. You can't enjoy the tight handling and comfortable ride if the car never works.
14. BMW X5
In typical luxury car fashion, BMW's large SUV has proven to be unreliable over the years with hosts of electrical issues. As a result this car tends to be relatively inexpensive on the used market, but don't be tempted by that BMW badge on the hood, as even normal maintenance is pricey.
13. Chevrolet Aveo
This awful compact car is slow, poorly built, and loaded with reliability issues. Add to that the fact that most Aveos on the used market used to be rental cars, and you've got yourself a real loser of a car.
12. Chrysler Town & Country/Dodge Caravan
The Chrysler/Dodge minivan twins invented the segment more than 20 years ago, but since then others have developed all-around better competitors, particularly in the quality department. These vans are some of the most problematic (and cheapest) vans on the market.
11. Dodge Dart
The Dart is a decent car and certainly one of the better cars to come out of Dodge in recent memory, but unfortunately this relatively new model has been plagued with reliability issues especially with its electrical system. This makes the inexpensive Dart a good candidate for a cheap lease but a poor candidate for a used car once that lease is up.
10. Dodge Intrepid
The Intrepid hasn't been made in over a decade, making it one of the oldest cars on this list, but don't be tempted by its bargain-bin price because this otherwise decent big sedan has proven to be one of the least reliable cars of this century. In general, any Chrysler product from the 2000s should be avoided.
9. Ford Fiesta
Ford's subcompact Fiesta is a well-balanced car and a solid competitor in the segment, but unfortunately in the used market it has proven to be relatively unreliable and expensive for what it is. The tech on this car, including the infotainment system, is particularly troublesome.
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