Fiat Chrysler Automobiles came out at the bottom of the list of Consumer Reports’ latest brand ranking. Sadly for FCA, this isn’t the first time this has happened.

This marks the second year in a row that Audi has secured the top spot on the list. Porsche comes in a close second followed by BMW, Lexus, Subaru, Kia, Mazda, Tesla, Honda and Buick.

Meanwhile, FCA was positioned at the 19th spot with a score of 66. Although this is an improvement from its last year’s 26th spot with 58 points, it still didn’t do much to take it into the big leagues. Jeep, on the other hand, came out second to last, once again, even though it had improved its score by achieving 43 points this year.

It’s highly likely that it was the Pacifica that catapulted Chrysler higher on the list this year and this could happen to Jeep, too, as it is promising plenty of improvement for 2018.

2018 looks like a brighter year for Jeep, considering the fact that it had removed two models that have been holding it back, the Patriot and first-gen Compass.

Staff Reporter

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