To help you know which cars to avoid, we show you the 2020 models that Consumer Reports scores lowest for reliability.

Consumer Reports rates vehicles for reliability out of a possible 100, based on a survey of 400,000 drivers. We count down to the model with the poorest score, and we include each vehicle's lowest base price and overall miles per gallon, according to CR.

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