10 SUVs That Are More Trouble Than They're Worth

Land Rover Range Rover: Known for its luxurious features and off-road capabilities, but notorious for frequent mechanical issues and expensive repairs.

Jeep Grand Cherokee: While popular for its ruggedness and versatility, it's plagued by reliability issues and poor fuel economy.

Nissan Pathfinder: Despite its spacious interior and towing capacity, the Pathfinder is criticized for its unreliable transmission and dated technology.

Ford Explorer: A staple in the SUV market, but plagued by transmission problems and recalls, leading to concerns about its reliability.

Chevrolet Tahoe: Loved for its powerful engine options and towing capabilities, but notorious for its subpar interior quality and frequent visits to the mechanic.

Dodge Durango: Offers strong performance and towing capacity, but suffers from poor fuel economy and reliability issues, particularly with its electrical system.

Mitsubishi Outlander: Affordable and practical, but criticized for its lackluster driving experience and below-average reliability ratings.

GMC Yukon: Similar to its Chevrolet counterpart, the Yukon faces complaints about its interior quality and reliability, despite its impressive towing capacity.

Lincoln Navigator: Known for its luxurious amenities and spacious interior, but often criticized for its high ownership costs and frequent mechanical problems.

Toyota 4Runner: Praised for its off-road prowess and resale value, but some owners experience issues with its outdated infotainment system and rough ride quality.

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