All three manufacturers took issue with Forbes' methodology in preparing the list, which relied heavily on data culled from Consumer Reports for information on depreciation, reliability and owner satisfaction. Fuel efficiency information came from the E.P.A. and crash-test data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the rates of injury claims filed per vehicle.
You can check out the list in its entirety after the jump if you don't want to sit through the slideshow on Forbes.com. Be sure to let us know if you think the domestics deserved this beating or if Forbes is just kicking the American auto industry when it's down.
Worst predicted resale value (tie)
Dodge Sprinter van
Ford Crown Victoria
Mercury Grand Marquis
Pontiac Grand Prix
Worst E.P.A. air pollution and greenhouse-gas scores
Ford E-Series van
Lowest gas mileage (tie)
Dodge RAM 1500
Worst predicted reliability (tie)
Lowest safety ratings
Lowest percentage of satisfied owners