Reliability is perhaps one of the main characteristics of the car. This indicator becomes especially important when buying a used car. The best in terms of reliability were chosen by the British from What Car? The top 10 most reliable cars from this rating are further in the selection.
10. Volkswagen Touareg (2010–2018)
And on the tenth line "German". "Tuareg" of the second generation really turned out to be an extremely successful car. We have it was one of the leaders in sales among premium crossovers. And still they show great interest in the secondary housing. And there are few complaints about the reliability of the crossover. True, according to experts from the Novate.ru website, this premium crossover is extremely expensive to maintain. So it's good that he is in this ranking. After all, to fix it you need a wide pocket.
9. Honda Jazz (2008 - 2015)
Not the most popular car in our market, but very popular in Britain. But even on our secondary housing you can find second-generation cars. And there shouldn't be any problems with them. "Jazz" deservedly takes a place in this rating.
8. Honda CR-V (2012 - 2018)
The Japanese crossover is inferior to German competitors in driving disciplines, but outperforms them in reliability, which earned it a place in the ranking.
7. Honda Civic (2012 - 2017)
Civic is a symbol of the Honda brand. Now the tenth generation of the model is being produced. The previous, ninth, generation got into the rating. Moreover, the experts of the publication placed the model with a diesel 2.2 liter engine in the rating. But I must say that the gasoline engine is also quite reliable. And he still fits this model more in spirit.
6. Lexus RX (2009 - 2016)
The appearance of "Lexus" in this rating was quite expected. After all, Lexus is Toyota, and they don't break. Stereotype? Possibly, but the presence of the RX only reinforces it.
5. Seat Leon (2013 - present)
The third generation Leon is built on the same platform as the Volkswagen Golf. They have a common platform not only, but also … Probably, it is easier to list what they have not in common. But Golf for some reason did not get into this rating. Miracles, and nothing more.
4. Mitsubishi ASX (2010 - present)
ASX quite cheerfully entered the domestic market, but then lost its agility and outright lost to competitors from Renault and Nissan. The sales were so dismal that the model left the market in 2016. It's a shame the car turns out to be pretty reliable.
3. Audi Q3 (2011 - 2018)
The Audi crossover is another example of a popular car in Britain that is not doing very well here. After all, the markets are different. But the reliability of this car cannot be disputed.
2. Lexus CT (2011 - present)
And here is the answer to all skeptics. A hybrid car can be reliable. Lexus confirms this. Well, this is a revised Toyota Prius, and Toyota… well, you remember.
1. Toyota Yaris (2011 - present)
A stereotype is a stereotype, and Toyota comes first. And this is already quite an objective confirmation that they still do not break.
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