Consumer Reports has released the results from its latest Annual Reliability Study, which gathered reliability data from over 500,000 vehicles. While some models moved to the top of the list, 12 models have performed so poorly, that Consumer Reports has taken away their coveted “Recommended” rating.

2019 Honda Odyssey
Here’s the list and why:

  • BMW X1: Suspension problems, premature brake wear, and steering wheel vibrations
  • BMW X3: Climate system problems including leaks and seat control issues
  • Chrysler Pacifica: Infotainment, navigation, radio and transmission problems
  • Ford Fusion: Sync 3 infotainment system issues
  • Genesis G90: Transmission gasket leaks, failed throttle body, and warped rotors
  • Honda Clarity: Electronic glitches, cabin temperature sensor and trunk issues
  • Honda Odyssey: Infotainment display issues and faulty power sliding doors
  • Kia Cadenza: Thermostat sensors, climate control and engine wiring harness issues
  • Lincoln MKZ: Sync 3 infotainment system issues
  • Mazda CX-3: Climate system problems, including condenser and refrigerant leaks
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Issues with the in-car electronics and the engine
  • Tesla Model S: Suspension problems
  • Source: Consumer Reports