25 Cars That Failed To Deliver On Their Hype In 2020

By Cameron Eittreim
25 Cars That Failed To Deliver On Their Hype In 2020

The automotive market is ever-changing in 2020, with new and evolving technology coming out each year. Automakers are attempting to keep up with the times as best as they can, and many models live up to their promise. But some cars have either become outdated or fail to deliver on the hype they had going for them.

2020 was a tough year for several reasons, and it was also bad for the automotive industry. Cars come and go, but there have been quite a few that have failed to deliver on a promise. We’re going to be taking a look at 25 of these models, so read on below. Here are 25 car models of 2020 that you should avoid via MoneyWise.

2020 Wrangler Rubicon
via: Jeep

25: Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler has remained largely the same for the past decade. Its body and styling are getting tired and the technology is in the same spot. Although Chrysler has updated the powertrain, the rest of the Wrangler could use a refresh. Considering that the SUV sells for way over sticker price, there are certainly several upset consumers.

Jeep Wrangler
via: Jeep

Jeep has been toying with the idea of releasing a V8 Wrangler, but with a new Bronco on the horizon, it may take more than that. The Wrangler needs to get its luster back and become a top-notch player in the SUV market. Chrysler is notorious for outdated designs, and the Wrangler is just one of them.

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