Special Report

The Least Reliable Cars in America

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6. 2022 Chevrolet Bolt
> Reliability score: 17/100
> Vehicle Type: Crossover SUV
> Parent Company: General Motors
> Price range: $25,600 – $28,800

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5. 2022 Ford Explorer
> Reliability score: 16/100
> Vehicle Type: SUV
> Parent Company: Ford Motor Co.
> Price range: $36,760 – $56,075

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4. 2022 Nissan Sentra
> Reliability score: 9/100
> Vehicle Type: Compact car
> Parent Company: Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance
> Price range: $19,950 – $22,700

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3. 2022 Lincoln Aviator
> Reliability score: 8/100
> Vehicle Type: Luxury SUV
> Parent Company: Ford Motor Co.
> Price range: $51,370 – $89,280

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2. 2022 Hyundai Kona Electric
> Reliability score: 5/100
> Vehicle Type: Subcompact SUV
> Parent Company: Hyundai Motor Group
> Price range: $33,550 – $41,550

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