The steering wheel coming off of a Ford isn't as big a safety issue as originally thought. Turns out, most of the Fords being recalled were already broken down for some other reason, and they weren't being driven anyway.Just yesterday I read a report from J.D. Powers ( I think ) about the most reliable cars in each segment. The Challenger was named most reliable in its segment with the Camaro number two. They said the Ford Mustang was nowhere to be seen. Ford just announced a big recall for steering wheels coming loose also but I'm sure the media won't make as big of a deal about it as they would if it was Chrysler. How would you like to have your steering wheel come off when going thru a corner at high speed? That could ruin your day for you!
2nd that(2017 CTS). I NEED KNOBS.If I had the initial quality survey on the new Caddy CTS (8K miles) the infotainment / navigation and user controls...
It wouldn't be good. Futuristic styling (no knobs, few buttons) trumped functionality with touch-sensitive chrome bars that don't respond very well.
And voice recognition is terrible (which you have to use for Nav inputs).
Oh C'mon, just because you don't like the knob shifter.............>What, there wasn't a sensor that could detect that falling tree and deploy the UConnect 8.4 force field?
I'm on a RAM Forum (I own a Rebel). That truck is fraught with problems over many models and years. And while our Challengers are better than it's competition, the Dodge/Chrysler/RAM/Fiat/Alpha/Jeep collectively and individually has a pile of quality reliability/quality issues.