The most reliable cars in Europe, according to the OCU

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The report follows the poll by OCU more than 30,000 European drivers to know the most common faults of their cars and assess its reliability, We reported last ranking of the most reliable vehicles market in Europe. In the survey they have had the number of breakdowns on cars in the last twelve months, excluding those caused by accidents, and the impact these have had on security in mind.

Of the 433 models included in the study, 2008 Honda Jazz 1.2 brand is the winner to get the highest score, 98 out of 100. The Honda Jazz 1.3 also receives very good score, 97 of 100, tied with Engined Mazda 2 1.3 and the Renault Modus 1.1. With a small dot below is the Volkswagen Polo 1.4 and the Renault Twingo 1.1.

We leave the range of utility for finding, sixth, a compact, the Ford Focus 1.6 96 punctuating about 100, like the saloon Seat Exeo 2.0 D and the Volvo XC60 2.0 D, an SUV that manages to slip through the ten most reliable cars for European drivers.

Ranking of the most reliable cars

1. Honda Jazz 1.2 (2008 to 2011). 98/100.

2. Mazda 2 1.3 (2007 to 2010). 97/100.

3. Honda Jazz 1.3 (2008 to 2011). 97/100.

4. Renault Modus 1.1 (2008-2013). 97/100.

5. Volkswagen Polo 1.4 (2008 - 2009). 96/100.

6. Twingo 1.1 (2007-2011). 96/100.

7. Ford Focus 1.6 (2011-2014). 96/100.

8. Seat Exeo 2.0 D (2009 to 2011). 96/100.

9. Volvo XC 60 2.0 D (2008-2013). 96/100.

10. Toyota Yaris 1.0 (2010 - current). 95/100.

11. Suzuki Swift 1.3 (2005 -2010). 95/100.

12. Toyota Yaris 1.4 D (2010 - current). 95/100.

13. Nissan Micra 1.2 (2010 -2013). 95/100.

14. Toyota Auris 1.8 Hybrid (2010 - 2012). 95/100.

15. DS4 1.6 D (2011-2015). 95/100.

16. Toyota Prius 1.5 Hybrid (2006 - 2009). 95/100.

17. Toyota Verso 2.0 D (2010 - 2012). 95/100.

18. Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 D (2011 - current). 95/100.

Breakdowns and reliability

Breakdowns and maintenance cost drivers an average of 300 euros per year. If we consider that, according to the survey of OCU, one in three drivers has been a problem in the car in the last year and the 16 percent of respondents have been manifested lying on the road, No wonder that reliability is one of the most appreciated by users when choosing a car factors, including price above or consumption.

Headlights, fuses, bulbs, dashboard controls, central locking and electric windows are the elements that concentrate most of the damage.

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