7 Least Reliable Car Models According to Consumer Reports

Dan Smith

Consumer Reports is one of the most trusted automotive commentators when it comes to automotive reliability. This is because the site gets its reliability data directly from the drivers themselves. Car critics recently completed a data analysis of recent model year cars, and the results aren't all that surprising. Let's take a look at the seven most unreliable car models at the moment.

7. The 2022 Nissan Sentra isn't as good as usual

Nissan Sentra | Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
As USA Today reported, the Nissan Sentra is currently one of the least reliable options, according to Consumer Reports' latest reliability study. The Sentra has been known as a reliable option, but recent model years have done the opposite. Nissan sedans have been having trouble with their transmissions in recent years. That problem has gotten so bad that Sentra is no longer recommended by Consumer Reports.