Whatcar Curious about the reliability of cars five years old and under. Same as last year. Almost 25,000 car owners in the UK have been asked to report problems with their car and the website lists them. At the bottom of the page you’ll find the 10 least reliable cars and the 10 most reliable cars five years old or less.
Survey respondents indicated how much it would cost to repair their car and how long they would miss the car. Researchers score the car based on these two factors. Reliability is shown in percentages. Cars with higher percentages are more reliable.
Although this is a UK study, all cars for sale in the Netherlands are also available, some not already on sale. For example, the Golf Sportswan, you can certainly still use it. However, if you offer your senior discount card. So you can easily take the list of least reliable cars with you as a reference.
A less reliable car brand
All four models received not one complaint from all 25,000 owners. Those are the cars that scored 100 percent on the list. In addition to the lists below, car brands are also given a reliability score. Lexus was crowned most reliable with 98.4 percent and Jeep finished last with 77 percent.
Ten least reliable cars
- Land Rover Discovery – 70.7 percent
- Audi Q5 – 73.4 percent
- Audi A3 – 74.2 percent
- Peugeot 3008 – 74.4 percent
- Volkswagen Touran – 75.2 percent
- Nissan X-Trail – 75.8 percent
- Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan – 75.8 percent
- Porsche 718 Cayman/Boxster – 77.9 percent
- Mercedes A-Class – 78.4 percent
- Skoda Octavia – 78.7 percent
Ten most reliable cars
- Mini convertible – 100 percent
- Hyundai Tucson Hybrid – 100 percent
- Kia Soul – 100 percent
- Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross – 100 percent
- Toyota RAV4 – 99.5 percent
- Lexus CT – 99.3 percent
- Toyota Auris Hybrid – 99.3 percent
- Mazda CX-3 – 99.1 percent
- Toyota Aygo – 99.1 percent
- Lexus UX – 99 percent
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