For the publication’s April 2018 issue, Consumer Reports listed 108 vehicles with records of much-worse-than-average overall reliability over the last decade. With subscriber reponses in hand, 18 of these models were from the 2017 model year. “We recommend skipping all of them,” Consumer Reports tells its used-car-buying audience, yet as Canadians registered over 2 million new vehicles in 2017, many of these nameplates were most definitely not avoided.