2021 Most & Least Reliable Cars & Brands – WhatCar?
Six cars have achieved 100% perfect reliability ratings according to the 2021 WhatCar? Reliability Survey based on the experiences of 16,000 drivers, based on if their cars had gone wrong in the last year, how long they took to fix and how much it cost.
Current versions of the Audi TT, Mazda CX-3, Mini Convertible, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, as well as the Dacia Sandero and Honda HR-V got the perfect scores.
In terms of manufacturers Lexus, Dacia and Suzuki was the most reliable brands, followed by Hyundai, Toyota, Mini, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Kia and MG. The least reliable brands were Fiat, Land Rover and Ford followed by Nissan, Alfa Romeo, Porsche, Mercedes, Vauxhall, Peugeot and Jaguar. Although having said that even Fiat had an 82% reliability rating.
Hybrids were the most durable overall with an average reliability score of 96.9% – the Lexus NX getting 99.8%. For Electric cars the Nissan Leaf did best at 98.6% and the Jaguar i-Pace worst at 86.3%.
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