Reliability according to TÜV Report 2021 (10 – 11 years)

tuv-report-2021 TÜV Report 2021 table for ten- and eleven-year old cars produced in 2009 and 2010 with links to recalls*.

The Porsche 911 is the most reliable used car even over the age of 10. Honda Jazz shares second place with the Audi TT. The Ford Fusion also appears in the top ten.

More than a third of owners have to repeat technical inspections with Renault Kangoo and Dacia Logan, as well as owners of Mazda 5 and Hyundai Tucson produced in 2009 and 2010. Just below 33% is also the Nissan Qashqai.

The TÜV Report includes all the results of technical inspections from all TÜV companies in Germany – almost 9 million technical inspections from July 2019 to June 2020.

* after clicking on the name of the car, its recalls will also be displayed

Reliability – the year of production 2009 and 2010

OrderMake/ModelFaults (%)Odometer (thous. km)
1Porsche 9119,673
2Audi TT14,8115
Honda Jazz14,8102
4BMW X115,9135
5VW Golf Plus16,4109
6Mercedes-Benz E-Coupe17,1121
VW Golf17,1126
8Audi Q518,0159
9Mercedes-Benz GLK18,2146
10Ford Fusion18,795
11Volvo XC6019,5176
12Toyota Avensis19,8145
13Mazda 320,0111
14Audi A320,4136
Mercedes-Benz E-Class20,4168
Toyota RAV420,4128
17Mercedes-Benz A-Class21,1103
19Audi A4/A521,3164
Mitsubishi Colt21,3106
Toyota Yaris21,3104
22Mercedes-Benz SLK21,499
23Opel Insignia21,5144
Škoda Superb21,5164
Volvo V7021,5198
26Toyota Auris21,9114
27BMW X322,2158
28Toyota Corolla Verso22,4147
VW Caddy22,4156
VW Touran22,4161
31Smart ForTwo22,886
32VW Tiguan23,2138
33BMW X5/X623,3181
Mazda 623,3139
Suzuki Jimny23,394
36Mercedes-Benz B-Class23,4113
37Ford Fiesta23,5107
38Hyundai i2023,8100
39BMW 5/624,0192
40Toyota Aygo24,196
41Peugeot 10724,393
42Opel Astra24,5133
Škoda Octavia24,5159
44Opel Agila24,681
45Opel Corsa24,7106
Seat Altea24,7132
47BMW 124,8 – category average133
Škoda Fabia24,8116
49Hyundai i1024,989
Renault Scenic24,9130
51Mazda 225,0106
52Ford Kuga25,1150
VW Scirocco25,1132
54Hyundai i3025,4124
Škoda Roomster25,4132
VW Polo25,4109
57BMW 325,5159
58Seat Ibiza25,7123
59Mercedes-Benz C-Class25,8149
60Ford C-Max25,9128
Renault Megane25,9124
62Honda Civic26,0124
63Citroën C126,1103
64Volvo S40/V4026,5164
65Audi A626,7202
66Opel Zafira26,8150
67Ford Ka26,995
Nissan Note26,9117
VW Passat CC26,9159
70Citroën Berlingo27,2138
71Suzuki SX427,7113
72Opel Meriva27,899
73Mercedes-Benz M/GL27,9183
74VW Passat28,1193
75Citroën C328,297
Peugeot 30828,2129
77Kia Ceed28,5128
78Dacia Sandero28,9105
Ford Mondeo28,9174
80Nissan Micra29,0100
81Citroën C4 Picasso29,6144
Seat Leon29,6139
83Ford S-Max29,8185
84Suzuki Swift30,5111
85Kia Picanto30,694
86Fiat 50030,997
Fiat Punto30,9116
88Fiat Panda31,397
Renault Clio31,3110
90Ford Focus31,4135
91Ford Galaxy31,7186
92VW Fox31,8105
93Peugeot 20731,9107
94Renault Twingo32,0103
95Citroën C432,7120
96Nissan Qashqai32,9136
97Mazda 533,0146
98Hyundai Tucson34,0130
99Dacia Logan36,2134
100Renault Kangoo37,5137


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