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Reliability according to TÜV Report 2021 (4 – 5 years)

tuv-report-2021 TÜV Report 2021 table for four- and five-year old cars produced in 2015 and 2016 with links to recalls*.

Five models with a three-pointed star were placed in the top ten in the list of cars produced between 2015 and 2016. However, the winner is traditionally a Porsche 911 with 2.7% defects, followed by the SUV sibling Macan. It shares the second place with the small Opel Karl. The seventh place of the Mazda 2 is also worth attention.

Among the traditional representatives of the red positions at the end of the table, i.e. Dacia models, the Volkswagen Sharan and Passat CC appear in the last two places in this category. In both cases, serious defects occur in about 20% of inspected cars.

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 2015 and 2016

OrderMake/ModelFaults (%)Odometer (thous. km)
1Porsche 9112,742
2Opel Karl3,837
Porsche Macan3,870
4Mercedes-Benz GLE4,588
5Mercedes-Benz SLC4,650
6VW Golf Sportsvan4,855
7Mazda 25,146
8Mercedes-Benz B-Class5,258
9Audi Q55,388
Mercedes-Benz A-Class5,362
Mercedes-Benz GLK5,378
12Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe5,562
13Audi Q35,966
Mitsubishi ASX5,968
Opel Mokka X5,961
Toyota RAV45,974
Volvo XC605,984
18Audi TT6,157
Renault Captur6,152
20Audi A16,356
BMW X16,372
Hyundai i206,355
Mercedes-Benz C-Class6,380
24Audi A6/A76,4104
25Seat Altea6,664
Škoda Superb6,683
27Porsche Cayenne6,793
Škoda Fabia6,755
Toyota Auris6,764
30Mazda CX-56,876
Opel Corsa6,850
Suzuki SX46,862
33Audi A36,972
Audi Q7/Q86,992
35VW Touareg7,091
36Toyota Verso7,176
37Audi A4/A57,396
Volvo S60/V607,389
39Opel Adam7,447
40Toyota Yaris7,550
Toyota Avensis7,576
42Ford Kuga7,673
Opel Meriva7,652
VW Golf7,675
45Mazda 37,867
Volvo V707,8104
VW Beetle7,853
48Renault Twingo7,942
VW Polo7,954
50Mazda 68,084
Smart ForTwo8,036
52Volvo V408,172
53Opel Zafira8,284
54BMW X3/X48,482
Nissan Qashqai8,466
Opel Astra8,479
VW Up!8,449
58Citroën C18,544
Seat Mii8,552
Smart ForFour8,547
61Ford Ecosport8,651
Suzuki Swift8,656
63Mercedes-Benz E-Class8,7123
Seat Leon8,777
Toyota Aygo8,749
VW Passat8,7103
67Hyundai ix208,848
Škoda Octavia8,895
VW Scirocco8,864
70BMW 1/28,967
Ford Mondeo8,992
Mazda 58,978
Renault Scenic8,968
74Kia Venga9,148
Nissan Note9,156
76Ford C-Max9,4 – category average71
Peugeot 3089,477
78Škoda Yeti9,566
79Honda Civic9,674
Nissan Juke9,657
Peugeot 1089,643
82BMW 3/49,794
Mini9,755
Opel Insignia9,798
85BMW 2 Active Tourer9,861
Ford Fiesta9,856
Ford B-Max9,850
Škoda Citigo9,850
89Honda Jazz9,949
Škoda Rapid9,968
91Kia Picanto10,046
92Hyundai ix3510,265
93Ford Focus10,378
94Škoda Roomster10,565
VW Touran10,591
96Hyundai i3010,668
Nissan Micra10,646
Peugeot 20810,652
99Renault Clio10,756
100Kia Ceed10,969
101Peugeot 200811,057
102Nissan X-Trail11,176
103Citroën C4 Picasso11,384
Seat Ibiza11,362
Suzuki Jimny11,345
106Citroën Berlingo11,875
Ford S-Max11,8107
VW Caddy11,888
109Fiat Panda11,949
110Hyundai i1012,046
111Renault Megane12,478
112Kia Rio12,557
113Citroën C313,055
114BMW X514,398
115Kia Sportage14,567
116VW Tiguan14,770
117Fiat 50014,844
118BMW 5/614,9105
119Hyundai i4015,080
120Fiat Punto15,254
121Renault Kangoo15,579
122Dacia Sandero15,859
123Ford Ka15,950
124Dacia Duster16,067
125Dacia Dokker17,371
126Seat Alhambra18,488
127Dacia Lodgy18,880
128Dacia Logan19,272
129VW Passat CC19,890
130VW Sharan20,393

Source: vdtuev.de

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