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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

Order Make/Model Faults (%) Odometer (thous. km)
1 Audi TT 12,5 111
2 BMW X1 15,0 134
3 Audi A1 16,1 123
4 Honda Jazz 16,2 104
VW Golf Plus 16,2 103
6 Toyota RAV4 16,4 126
7 Opel Meriva 16,7 101
8 Volvo XC60 16,8 177
9 Mazda 3 16,9 112
10 Mercedes-Benz E-Coupe 17,1 119
11 Mercedes-Benz SLK 17,2 96
Opel Astra 17,2 124
13 Škoda Yeti 17,5 129
14 Audi A3 17,6 134
15 Audi Q5 17,7 159
Toyota Avensis 17,7 150
VW Golf 17,7 129
18 Ford C-Max 18,0 134
19 Mini 18,3 106
20 Ford Fusion 18,5 93
21 Audi A4 18,8 164
22 Mercedes-Benz GLK 19,0 145
23 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 19,1 99
24 Toyota Auris 19,4 112
25 Hyundai ix35 19,9 122
Mazda 6 19,9 144
VW Polo 19,9 107
28 BMW X3/X4 20,4 157
29 Škoda Superb 20,6 171
30 Toyota Verso 20,7 134
31 Kia Venga 20,9 101
32 Toyota Yaris 21,0 105
33 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 21,2 110
34 VW Touran 21,3 157
35 BMW X5/X6 21,5 181
Smart ForTwo 21,5 84
37 Opel Insignia 21,8 158
38 Škoda Octavia 22,0 156
39 VW Caddy 22,1 152
40 Mercedes-Benz M/GL 22,3 182
Renault Scenic 22,3 128
Suzuki SX4 22,3 108
VW Tiguan 22,3 138
44 VW Sharan 22,5 170
45 Ford Kuga 22,6 150
Mercedes-Benz E-Class 22,6 169
Škoda Roomster 22,6 127
48 Mazda 2 22,7 103
49 BMW 5/6 22,8 174
Suzuki Jimny 22,8 90
51 BMW 1/2 22,9 134
52 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 23,1 148
53 Škoda Fabia 23,4 112
54 BMW 3/4 23,5 158
55 Seat Leon 23,7 136
56 Honda Civic 23,8 119
Nissan Note 23,8 111
Opel Corsa 23,8 105
59 Ford Fiesta 23,9 109
60 Citroën C4 Picasso 24,7 141
61 VW Passat 24,8 190
62 Hyundai i30 24,9 122
63 Audi A6/A7 25,2 204
64 Seat Ibiza 25,4 126
65 Citroën C3 25,5 99
Volvo S40/V40 25,5 167
67 Kia Ceed 25,6 125
68 Hyundai i20 25,7 102
Toyota Aygo 25,7 97
70 Renault Megane 25,8 129
71 Dacia Duster 26,0 121
Ford S-Max 26,0 177
Hyundai i10 26,0 88
74 Opel Zafira 26,3 144
75 Peugeot 308 26,4 128
76 Ford Mondeo 26,5 175
77 Ford Ka 26,9 94
78 Citroën C1 27,7 99
Citroën Berlingo 27,7 140
80 Ford Galaxy 28,4 182
81 Nissan Micra 28,5 100
82 Fiat 500 28,8 85
83 VW Fox 29,0 98
84 Nissan Qashqai 29,7 133
85 Ford Focus 29,8 136
86 Suzuki Swift 30,7 111
87 Renault Clio 31,3 107
88 Peugeot 207 31,4 107
89 Fiat Punto 32,4 112
90 Renault Twingo 32,7 94
91 Renault Kangoo 33,1 127
92 Dacia Sandero 33,5 105
93 Kia Picanto 33,7 91
94 Fiat Panda 34,0 94
95 Dacia Logan 36,8 133

Source: tuev-verband.de

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