Every year, there are those cars whose design, engineering, manufacturing, quality, and desireablility are…well, subpar to say the least. So, in sticking with the Thanksgiving spirit, Forbes has a slideshow naming the automotive turkeys of 2004. So how about a trio of vehicles that will be worth 17% of their value after five years, or embarassingly low reliability ratings, or perhaps it is the most recalled vehicle you are looking for. Well, this list has everything you're looking, or not looking for, and then some.
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