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7 Car Brands That Will Break Down Twice as Fast as the Average Vehicle

Early 2000s Mercedes-Benz S-Class

For luxury automobiles, Mercedes-Benz has long been a reliable brand. The editor-in-chief of LamboCARS, Andrew Kuttow, claims that the S-Class models from the early 2000s,

2002-2008 BMW 7 Series

According to Kuttow, the E65 and E66 variants of the BMW 7 Series from this era were formerly hailed as the company's flagship luxury cars because of their high-end equipment and performance.

Jaguar XF

According to Blake Shaw, a blog blogger at All About Wheels and automotive specialist, Jaguars are virtually always associated with luxury. The "XF model has faced issues, particularly with its electrical systems and engine cooling,"

2023 Jaguar F-Pace

The F-Pace is another Jaguar to be cautious about, according to Zotos. He claimed that "it falls short in reliability ratings, with low scores in both predicted reliability and owner satisfaction

Jaguar XJ

Director of sales and marketing at CFR Classic Joe Giranda continued, saying that Jaguar is just losing the luxury market.

Audi A8

Another luxury brand with a few duds is Audi. Shaw forewarned that there have been problems with the complex electrical systems and transmissions of certain variants of Audi's premium automobile, the A8.

2016 and 2019 Audi A6

According to Zotos, the A8 is not the only Audi with problems. The A6 models from 2016 to 2019 have a poor dependability rating and a history of recalls.