Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Top 5 Worst Cars You Can Buy

Anybody looking to buy a new car or even a used one?  Well, I will tell you my top 5 worst cars.  The whole list consists of 17 cars but that will become really long so I shortened it to 5.  But, if you want to see the full list, please click here.

1.  2013 Smart Fortwo

First of all, the price is a little too high for this compact car.  At around $12,000, it does not come with power steering, air conditioning, or a radio.  Also it just looks ugly! 

2.  2013 Acura ZDX

Now normally I love Acuras, but this luxury crossover can be very uncomfortable and a bit dangerous for some.  If you look at the roof, the back portion is slashed off.  So, if you are very tall, like some of our teachers here, you would not want to sit in the back.  Imagine having to tilt your head the whole ride!  Also, the driver will have a very difficult time using the rear view mirror, since there will be a few heads blocking their view. 

3.  2013 Kia Sedona

Now this is my own personal stereotype, but I just think Kia's are one of the most worst vehicles you could buy.  They have been making improvements, but I just can't seem to get that stereotype out of my head.  The reason for this being #3 is because that it is 2 steps behind it's competition.  The Honda Odyssey and Nissan Quest have improved much more and thus are better choices.  The best thing about this van:  it's cheap price!

4.  2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

Well, this car is an electric vehicle and very environment friendly.  But, it can go only 62 miles (100 km) on a full charge.  It also takes a longer time to recharge than most of its rivals.  And it's price is also not that great coming in at $20,000.  But the good thing is that you get about a $7500 tax rebate because it is an eco-friendly car. 

5.  2014 Lincoln MKS

Well, for $50,000 wouldn't you rather buy a BMW, Audi, or Lexus?  I would definitely go for a Lexus.  This car has the luxury and the space, but it just doesn't have the looks.  I mean look at the grill. 

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