8. Jeep Wrangler (four-door)
Perhaps a surprise to some, the Jeep Wrangler four-door model is one to avoid on the used car market. The Wrangler originally debuted in 1987 and has since been known as one of America’s most rugged vehicles. Its latest generation originally debuted as a 2007 model year, and got some minor updates in 2010. Still, Consumer Reports found enough issues from used Wranglers to have it on its list.
Though the Wrangler is considered an off-road champ, Consumer Reports found that it suffered from a choppy ride on the road. In addition, it had numb and slow steering, clumsy handling, and road noise was loud and constant. Reliability issues in older models (2007-2010) include Transmission Minor, Drive System, Fuel System, Electrical System, Suspension, Exhaust, Paint and Trim, and Squeaks and Rattles.