Reliability according to TÜV Report 2022 (10 – 11 years)

tuv-report-2021 TÜV Report 2022 table for ten- and eleven-year-old cars produced in 2010 and 2011 with links to recalls*.

Among the oldest cars, the Audi TT is again a good choice. The BMW X1 and Audi A1 follow in the rankings, with the Honda Jazz and VW Golf Plus sharing fourth place. The last ranks here are also reserved for the Dacia Logan and Sandero, which are kept company by the Fiat Panda and Kia Picanto.

The TÜV Report includes all technical inspection results from all TÜV companies in Germany – 9.6 million technical inspections (TIs) from July 2020 to June 2021. In addition to the percentage of failed TIs, it also tracks the average number of kilometres driven. It says nothing about the care and maintenance that owners give to their cars.

TÜV 2022 Reliability – the year of production 2010 and 2011

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

OrderMake/ModelFaults (%)Odometer (thous. km)
1Audi TT12,5111
2BMW X115,0134
3Audi A116,1123
4Honda Jazz16,2104
VW Golf Plus16,2103
6Toyota RAV416,4126
7Opel Meriva16,7101
8Volvo XC6016,8177
9Mazda 316,9112
10Mercedes-Benz E-Coupe17,1119
11Mercedes-Benz SLK17,296
Opel Astra17,2124
13Škoda Yeti17,5129
14Audi A317,6134
15Audi Q517,7159
Toyota Avensis17,7150
VW Golf17,7129
18Ford C-Max18,0134
20Ford Fusion18,593
21Audi A418,8164
22Mercedes-Benz GLK19,0145
23Mercedes-Benz A-Class19,199
24Toyota Auris19,4112
25Hyundai ix3519,9122
Mazda 619,9144
VW Polo19,9107
28BMW X3/X420,4157
29Škoda Superb20,6171
30Toyota Verso20,7134
31Kia Venga20,9101
32Toyota Yaris21,0105
33Mercedes-Benz B-Class21,2110
34VW Touran21,3157
35BMW X5/X621,5181
Smart ForTwo21,584
37Opel Insignia21,8158
38Škoda Octavia22,0156
39VW Caddy22,1152
40Mercedes-Benz M/GL22,3182
Renault Scenic22,3128
Suzuki SX422,3108
VW Tiguan22,3138
44VW Sharan22,5170
45Ford Kuga22,6150
Mercedes-Benz E-Class22,6169
Škoda Roomster22,6127
48Mazda 222,7103
49BMW 5/622,8174
Suzuki Jimny22,890
51BMW 1/222,9134
52Mercedes-Benz C-Class23,1148
53Škoda Fabia23,4112
54BMW 3/423,5158
55Seat Leon23,7136
56Honda Civic23,8119
Nissan Note23,8111
Opel Corsa23,8105
59Ford Fiesta23,9109
60Citroën C4 Picasso24,7141
61VW Passat24,8190
62Hyundai i3024,9122
63Audi A6/A725,2204
64Seat Ibiza25,4126
65Citroën C325,599
Volvo S40/V4025,5167
67Kia Ceed25,6125
68Hyundai i2025,7102
Toyota Aygo25,797
70Renault Megane25,8129
71Dacia Duster26,0121
Ford S-Max26,0177
Hyundai i1026,088
74Opel Zafira26,3144
75Peugeot 30826,4128
76Ford Mondeo26,5175
77Ford Ka26,994
78Citroën C127,799
Citroën Berlingo27,7140
80Ford Galaxy28,4182
81Nissan Micra28,5100
82Fiat 50028,885
83VW Fox29,098
84Nissan Qashqai29,7133
85Ford Focus29,8136
86Suzuki Swift30,7111
87Renault Clio31,3107
88Peugeot 20731,4107
89Fiat Punto32,4112
90Renault Twingo32,794
91Renault Kangoo33,1127
92Dacia Sandero33,5105
93Kia Picanto33,791
94Fiat Panda34,094
95Dacia Logan36,8133


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