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Buyers put more weight on some factors when buying a new car than others -- price, looks, even color.
But if reliability is a prime issue, Consumer Reports magazine is offering some advice on models that you may want to avoid.

There are 10 models that the magazine cites as part of its 2017 reliability report that are likely to have some big problems, as reported by owners. The magazine, known for its independence, says this year's study includes reports from owners of 640,000 vehicles.

Here are the 10 biggest dogs when it comes to reliability and what the magazine had to say about them, listed starting with the worst:...

  1. Tesla Model X (Tie)
  2. Cadillac Escalade (Tie)
  3. Volvo XC90
  4. Ford Focus (Tie)
  5. Ford Fiesta (Tie)
  6. Fiat 500
  7. GMC Acadia
  8. Chevrolet Camaro (Tie)
  9. Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class (Tie)
  10. Jaguar F-Pace (Tie)


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