We all know that our cars won't last forever, and we also know that our vehicles will break down after some time. It's all part of car ownership, and as with anything mechanical, there is a limit in mileage or usage, before things start going wrong. Good on you if your warranty or service package covers it, but things can get real expensive real fast if the problem happens to be an engine. Thanks to the extensive data that Consumer Reports has gathered over the years, they've compiled a list of vehicles that have the most number of engine issues, and it's something you may want to look into if you're shopping around for a second-hand car.

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Are You On The List? Consumer Reports Names Cars Most Likely To Blow Their Engines

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