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10. Nissan (© Nissan)

  • 9. Kia (© Kia)
  • 8. Hyundai (© Hyundai)
  • 7. Subaru (© Subaru)
  • 6. Mazda (© Mazda)
  • 5. Lexus (© Lexus)
  • 4. Mitsubishi (© Mitsubishi)
  • 3. Suzuki (© Suzuki)
  • 2. Toyota
  • 1. Honda
  • Reliability is one of the most important aspects when it comes to running a car. Choose badly and you’re in for a life of big bills and even bigger headaches. We’ve teamed up with Warranty Direct, who hold data on more than 50,000 cars, to determine which carmakers are the most reliable. In the following data, ‘Failure Rate’ means the likelihood that a manufacturer’s cars will need a claim in a 12-month period to fix a fault and all the cars surveyed are more than three years old.

    10. Nissan
    Failure Rate: 22%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £3,662

    9. Kia
    Failure Rate: 21%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £3,049

    8. Hyundai
    Failure Rate: 20%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £640

    7. Subaru
    Failure Rate: 17%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £1,973

    6. Mazda
    Failure Rate: 16%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £4,547

    5. Lexus
    Failure Rate: 15%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £2,847

    4. Mitsubishi
    Failure Rate: 15%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £2,244

    3. Suzuki
    Failure Rate: 15%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £1,468

    2. Toyota
    Failure Rate: 14%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £2,520

    1. Honda
    Failure rate: 9%
    Highest Repair Cost Seen: £1,659

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