Work on clarity of thought. Here is why.
Your writer claimed "Ram 3500 HD: The Ram 3500 HD is ranked dead last on Consumer Reports' list of the most unreliable vehicles in America for 2018"
So this means that coming in "last" means it is NOT the most unreliable vehicle... when I think he was attempting to say it came in "first" for most unreliable vehicle. The logic leaves any reader wondering...
Thanks for the feedback
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The post did not provide any meaningful data. It just said that "owners claimed this" or "complained about that". No empirical data. If the owners of brand new Honda Warthogs had 100 Things Gone Wrong [TGW] reported on sales of 3,000,000 cars, but had 100 owner-reported TGW on sales of 215,000 GMC Dogpiles... for example... the two would be equal in TGW but much different for RATE of TGW. Articles like this mimic middle school playground bashing/taunting to the discriminating reader. GIMME SOME NUMBERS ALREADY