5. 2010 Lincoln MKX
Honest Abe may have freed slaves and kept the Union intact but he’s been a lot less successful building cars. Over the last 15 years or so Ford’s Lincoln luxury division has fallen on hard times, losing ground to resurgent Cadillac as well as high-end German and Japanese competitors. And unfortunately the bad news doesn’t end there. The brand’s MKX crossover vehicle earned a spot on this Top 10 list. The vehicle declined by 40 PP100 in the latest J.D. Power survey. Its total score for the 2010 model year is 133 problems per 100 vehicles, which is slightly worse than average.