Local garage and mechanic comparison service whocanfixmycar.com has named the Audi A1 as the UK’s most reliable car, following analysis of its data.
Tesla has slammed the results of the What Car? Reliability Survey 2018 as “statistically meaningless” after survey responses from 28 UK Model S owners saw it finish bottom of the annual manufacturer ranking.
Suzuki has emerged as the most reliable car brand in the UK as What Car? published the results of its annual vehicle reliability survey.
Peugeot and Toyota cars have been identified as the most expensive to repair, according to internal data from WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
Diesel cars are less reliable and more expensive to fix than their petrol counterparts, according to a study by MotorEasy.
Japanese brands continued to dominated the What Car? reliability survey, with the Toyota Aygo, Honda Jazz and Lexus CT200h all scoring top marks.
BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Ford have won accolades in the largest vehicle reliability survey in the UK.
Skoda has topped the rankings in JD Power’s annual Vehicle Dependability Survey for the second year in a row as tech issues get the blame for undermining the reliability of premium brands.
Consumers have a misguided confidence in the reliability of German brand cars, according to research by WarrantyWise.
German brands have taken the top three positions in the largest vehicle reliability survey in the UK involving 650,000 cars, with the BMW 3 Series taking the crown.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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