Fiat Automobiles is an Italian automobile manufacturer within the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles group. Fiat has historically been a much more successful brand in Europe than in the U.S.A., where it has a reputation as a cheap, unreliable vehicle. In Consumer Reports overall automobile rankings for 2020, based on road tests, reliability, owner satisfaction, and safety, Fiat ranked last. It routinely ranks at or near the bottom in these ratings. Similarly, in a 2020 dependability study by J.D. Power, it ranked in the bottom 5 automobile brands.

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Common Four Door Sedan Defects

Although automakers are currently producing a number of high-quality four door sedans, with millions of these vehicles on the road, defects are inevitable. Nonetheless, manufacturers have an obligation to ensure that the cars they provide to consumers are safe and reliable. They also must issue recalls when defects are detected internally or by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
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Common Hybrid Defects

Hybrid vehicles continue to gain in popularity in the U.S. due to their fuel efficiency and benefits to the environment. Generally, hybrids rely on a combination of an internal combustion engine and a battery electric drive system. The electric motor powers the car at low speeds, drawing on the battery for power, in addition to supplementing the internal combustion engine when extra acceleration is required. Although these vehicles increase fuel economy and reduce emissions, hybrids have also experienced numerous defects since they were first introduced to the market.

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