There are many cars, and trucks on the market right now. Not all of these ideas are loved by the masses, but there are some SUVs that Consumer Reports wants to disappear. With segments so saturated, there are sure to be some unsatisfactory options out there. While Consumer Reports doesn’t actually want to get rid of any vehicles, these are some of the worst SUVs of 2022 that are rounding out the bottom of the segment.
Consumer Reports wants the Jeep Wagoneer SUV to go away
When the pundits sat down to discuss some of the best and worst cars, trucks and SUVs of 2022, there was a lot of room to cover. However, CR’s Jake Fisher was quick to note that it was his pick of him for an SUV that he wished he would get away with.
and the pickup truck have been somewhat controversial since GMC announced the project years ago. “I really don’t think that’s the point of what we’re trying to do here,” noted Alex Knizek. “Even if it wasn’t an EV, it’s still £10,000 or £9,000, for no reason.”
Not to mention, the GMC Hummer EV costs more than $100,000 and doesn’t do anything particularly good. It offers Mining Mode and Crab Walk to increase off-road potential, while the Infinity Roof is just amazing to look at. Otherwise, the GMC Hummer EV is a lot like its old gasoline version: big and ready to show off. In the list of SUVs that can disappear, the Hummer EV is a logical addition.
The entry-level Jaguar E-PACE didn’t get rave reviews
Jen Stockburger, another CR expert, said her pick for the SUVs Consumer Reports would like to go away would be the Jaguar E-PACE. Jaguar’s E-PACE is in the entry-level luxury sport-utility vehicle segment, which is more of a problem than a vehicle. Stockburger says the SUV rounds out the rear of the segment with terrible owner satisfaction scores.
At $48,000, it received fairly low scores from owners and experts. “The people who bought it don’t like it; Owner satisfaction is low and reliability is low. Because you spend a lot of money on a car that doesn’t give you a lot of space, doesn’t give you great performance. All it did was tell Jaguar about it.
At the end of the day, Consumer Reports wishes SUVs would go away just in need of a few improvements. The Jeep Wagoneer needs better fuel economy, the GMC HUMMER EV needs to be retired, and the Jaguar E-PACE needs a complete overhaul. Quite easy.