When you have something as mechanically and electrically complex as an automobile, the odds of everything working at an enjoyable level is slim to slimmer. Weather it deals with the power of the engine, the toughness of turning the wheel, or the reception in the radio, there is always something that ticks you off. But you live with it, because you purchased that car, and for the most part, you like it as a whole.
In our profession, driving as many cars as we do, we've started to notice paterns. We see what works, and what doesn't. We find strengths and weaknesses from each manufacturer and each segment. We've taken some of these observations and brought you a list of the things we've noticed are always causing trouble. See if you agree with our 9 Car Things That Never Work Properly.