21: Jeep Cherokee
The Cherokee was once the pinnacle of no-frills off-road capability and reliability. The nameplate was the sole reason for Chrysler Corporation’s purchase of AMC Motors. The current generation of the Cherokee, however, is a far from the original. Now the Cherokee is a crossover vehicle, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But when you factor in the current quality issues with Chrysler vehicles and their lack of reliability, you’ll quickly find out what the problem is with the Cherokee (via Car & Driver).
There has also been an uptick in pricing for the Cherokee, which is close to the pricing of the Grand Cherokee. Consumers are a bit puzzled by this as it seems all Jeep models are getting more expensive with the day. Needless to say, the Cherokee is a much different vehicle than the boxy SUV that started it all.