In a study that borrows heavily from the results of Consumer Reports testing, five General Motors vehicles found themselves making the Forbes 2011 Worst Cars On The Road. Understandable were models such as the Chevrolet Aveo and Colorado, being considered the worst offerings of the current GM lineup. Another was the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid, which got dubbed a 2011 Worst Value and Least Reliable, while the Cadillac Escalade was mentioned on the Worst Value, Highest Cost of Ownership and Worst Safety Performance lists.
This does not at all mean that General Motors has yet to turn turn the corner, as all the above models mentioned have been out for a few years now, while newer, better products have made their rollout. Head to Forbes to see what other vehicles made the list.