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There are cars that critics have been raving about and loaded with top technologies and features, and there are makes and models that you should also avoid- the worst cars to own by today’s standards. While today’s worst list of cars will not necessarily disintegrate when they hit a barrier, or start rusting as soon as these are exposed to rain or moisture, owning these cars can become a problem for different reasons. Driving these vehicles can increase the likelihood of accidents due to frequent rollovers, promote inconvenience when driving or even drain the wallet due to constant engine breakdowns, parts and accessories replacements. In short, these worst cars to own can deliver more problems instead of help to car owners. Instead of simplifying the traditional daily commute, investing in these cars becomes a living nightmare for consumers. Here are 10 worst cars to own today, and investments you want to avoid at all cost!

The 2014 Nissan Armada is available in three well-equipped models: Armada SV, Armada SL and Armada Platinum, each offered in a choice of 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive and equipped with a standard 317-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance V8 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission. Armada's family adventure-ready features include comfortable seating for eight passengers, 97 cubic feet of cargo space and a maximum towing capacity of 9,000 pounds (when properly equipped).

1. Nissan Armada

Different drivers have different parameters when it comes to rating and judging vehicles for sale today. And for some consumers, it’s all about fuel efficiency and long-term cost of ownership. What’s the use of investing in a vehicle that will eventually costs more and drains your finances, right? A perfect example of this is Nissan Armada, Nissan’s bulky SUV that retails for $38,060 – $53,330. The Armada will take constant refuelling, no thanks to the vehicle’s combined rating of 13 mpg. If you want to drive the Armada around the neighborhood to fetch the kids from school, this bulky vehicle can also offer 9 mpg. Say you fill up the tank of the Armada. With its 28-gallon tank filled, your Armada can only take you to roughly 370 miles. Forget about a weekend cruising and road trip with this Nissan entry- you’ll end up bleeding, financially.

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