• rickmyers Posted: 11/30/2010 11:14pm PST

    Not one Chrysler built vehicle on the list, go figure?With all the negative comments made by Automotive writers/publisher's, Consumer"Commie"Reports, etc. As unattractive the Sebring Sedan, 07'-10', it was not the ugliest car on the market. That award goes to the Toyota Prius, but you never hear anybody commenting on that.

  • Johnb Posted: 12/1/2010 8:35am PST

    The Sebring is still ugly. I would take the Prius over that car with hesitation.

  • RJames Posted: 12/1/2010 8:42am PST

    This is just an quick article, and not really researched. Chrysler had repeating problems with their transmissions and engine fires as well. As my mechanic had once put it, he loves Chrysler/Dodge...they keep him in business. Ford and GM also had their big share or recalls. No automaker is immune. Unless they fail to fix the problem free of charge or compensate, it's no big deal these days

  • Johnb Posted: 12/1/2010 8:44am PST

    My bad, tt should have read:
    The Sebring is still ugly. I would take the Prius over that car withOUT hesitation.

  • marty avatar Marty Posted: 12/1/2010 12:17pm PST

    Actually, the Chrysler automatic-transmission problems were going to be the eighth on the list, but mostly the recalls occurred in the 1990s. Since then, their recalls haven't been as big, and frankly haven't affected their business as much as those big Honda and Toyota recalls, for example.