From AutoGuide:

The results for the least loved car brands are in and the results are quite surprising.

Last week we showcased the Top 10 Most Loved Car Brands according to the J.D. Power APEAL study, which mapped the emotional attachment vehicle owners had to their brand new cars. The study includes responses from 87,282 new owners after 90 days of vehicle ownership and the points are aggregated out of 1000 based on 37 different measured attributes. According to the study, the top four most loved brands in the North American market were all domestic and the champion of them all was none other than Dodge.

But today, we are looking at the other end of the spectrum: the five car brands that nobody loves, or people love less relative to others that placed higher on the list. A disclaimer: the list below, in no way points out the worst brands in the US market, it is simply a list of five car brands that were at the tail end of the emotional attachment scale.