A pair of Jeeps built at Toledo's North Assembly plant have once again ranked last in an important test.
Published reports say two Jeeps were ranked at the bottom of Consumer Reports magazine's annual road test.
Out of a possible 100 points, the Toledo built Wrangler scored just a 20. The Toledo Built Jeep Liberty came in second to last with 27 points.
Consumer Reports likes the off-road capabilities of the Jeeps, but they received bad marks for driving position, comfort, ride, braking and fuel economy.
Chrysler points out the magazine does perform off-road testing, but the results don't factor into the road test scores.