An experienced mechanic has revealed three cars that will cost you the most to repair.
Scotty Kilmer, who has 55 years of experience in the automotive industry, chose him Youtube Channel to warn motorists against purchasing these models.
Scotty called the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Jeep Wrangler and Dodge Challenger the “least reliable cars you can buy as a daily driver.”
The Alfa said: “They are terrible, they are falling apart.”
“You don’t buy the Alfa and drive it 30,000 miles a year unless you want to have unlimited wealth.”
While he admitted it was a “good looking car” with a great gearbox, reliability was a big issue for him.
He also mentioned that there are relatively few dealers who can work on it since Alfa is not a major brand on the same level as names like Audi or BMW.
Next, Scotty turned his attention to the Jeep Wrangler.
Despite its £63,900 ($80,000) price tag, he recommended it to drivers keen on some rough off-road driving, but warned against using it in everyday life.
He even praised Jeep’s improvements in ride quality and vehicle technology.
However, he said that while they “look great,” they “fail faster than a marriage.”
Given this and its poor fuel economy, Scotty concluded that the Wrangler was simply too expensive to justify as a daily driver for most people.
Finally, he targeted the Dodge Challenger, which he felt was better for zooming around than for everyday use.
He said, “It will get you to your destination and it will be fun to drive.”
However, the V8 model “scared the hell out of him” because, in his opinion, the 750 hp engine was too powerful for the car.
In the long run, this also led to problems with fuel consumption, tires and the gearbox, the latter of which can be particularly difficult and expensive to replace.
Social media Commenters expressed their appreciation for the council.
One wrote: “Scotty is the best car guy on YouTube.”
Another added: “Scotty [is] like the father we didn’t know we needed.
It comes after Scotty revealed the worst rip-off he’s ever seen in all his years working with cars.
Meanwhile, The Sun Online offered an insight into the UK’s electric vehicle charging fiasco. The owners said they felt “annoyed” by the push to drive on greener roads.