The Fiat 500l earned a dismal road-test and reliability scores due to it’s stiff ride, flat seats and completely odd driving position. Based on an extensive owner satisfaction survey, a high percentage of owners wish they hadn’t bought this hatchback.
There is no compelling reason to buy a Mirage as it has a weak, vibrating three-cylinder engine that delivers sluggish acceleration and a clumsy roly-poly handling that just doesn’t feel safe.
The handling on the Chrysler 200 is clumsy, the ride is unsettled and the four-cylinder engine is certainly underwhelming. The transmission is uncooperative and this vehicle carries the lowest overall score and lowest road-test score in its class, as well as the lowest predicted reliability rating.
The Journey has a confining interior and lacks agility and the V6 delivers the worst fuel economy in its class. It suffers from below-average reliability and poor performance in frontal crash tests.
There is no escaping that this is a primitive truck as the driving is rough, the ride remains stiff, handling is awful and the cabin is loud.