Small SUV: Jeep Compass

Small SUV: Jeep Compass

Midsize SUV: Nissan Pathfinder

Midsize SUV: Nissan Pathfinder

Small car: Dodge Dart

Small car: Dodge Dart

Midsize Sedan: Chrysler 200

Midsize Sedan: Chrysler 200

Minivan: Dodge Grand Caravan

Minivan: Dodge Grand Caravan

Pickup truck: Nissan Frontier

Pickup truck: Nissan Frontier

Least satisfying overall: Acura ILX

Least satisfying overall: Acura ILX

Owners pounced on the Jeep Compass for its bland cabin and iffy performance, among other things.

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Only 42 percent of survey respondents said they would buy the Compass again.

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Owners disliked the Pathfinder, primarily for reliability issues.

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Only 50 percent of respondents said they would buy the same car again, given the opportunity.

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The Dart was the third-least-enjoyed car in Consumer Reports' study. Problems included mediocre performance and air conditioning that wasn't exactly blowing cold.

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Reliability was also a concern, with many owners claiming that the car required multiple trips to the dealership.

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Man, this list is not kind to Fiat Chrysler vehicles, is it?

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Owners cited a rough ride, road noise, uncomfortable seats and a so-so powertrain.

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Owners jumped on the Grand Caravan for its cheap interior, iffy transmission and uncomfortable seats.

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To be fair, Fiat Chrysler's new minivan, the Chrysler Pacifica, is actually very good. So don't count out FCA's minivan offerings entirely.

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The Frontier's underpinnings are more than a decade old, and it's beginning to show in terms of customer satisfaction.

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Owners had issue with the truck's road noise, maneuvering capabilities and stiff ride.

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Acura's fancy-pants Civic is the one car owners are least likely to repurchase, given a time machine and the chance to do it all over again.

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Owners cited issues including poor value, road noise and lackluster transmission performance.

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