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Reliability according to TÜV Report 2022 (4 – 5 years)

tuv-report-2021 TÜV Report 2022 table for four- and five-year-old cars produced in 2016 and 2017 with links to recalls*.

In this category, the Audi Q2 unseated the Porsche 911 from the top spot. In fourth place behind the Mazda CX-3 is the Seat Ateca. For some, the last position for the BMW 5/6 Series may come as a surprise. At the bottom of the table, we also find two Dacia and two related models, the VW Sharan and Seat Alhambra.

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 2016 and 2017

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

Order Make/Model Faults (%) Odometer (thous. km)
1 Audi Q2 2,1 45
2 Porsche 911 2,9 35
3 Mazda CX-3 3,5 51
4 Seat Ateca 3,8 63
5 VW Golf Sportsvan 4,1 54
6 VW Tiguan 4,2 66
7 Mercedes-Benz B-Class 4,3 55
Mercedes-Benz SLC 4,3 48
9 Porsche Macan 4,5 71
10 Mercedes-Benz GLC 4,6 72
11 Audi Q3 4,8 62
12 Mercedes-Benz A-Class 5,0 61
13 Mitsubishi ASX 5,1 64
14 Opel Astra 5,3 64
15 Opel Karl 5,4 42
16 Audi A1 5,5 54
Audi Q5 5,5 86
Honda Jazz 5,5 44
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe 5,5 60
Opel Mokka 5,5 57
Suzuki Vitara 5,5 62
22 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 5,6 88
23 Mazda 2 5,7 53
24 Audi A3 5,8 70
Audi TT 5,8 55
Toyota Yaris 5,8 49
Toyota RAV4 5,8 69
28 Volvo V40 5,9 66
29 Mercedes-Benz GLE 6,0 85
Renault Megane 6,0 58
Suzuki SX4 6,0 61
32 Audi A6/A7 6,1 100
Ford Ecosport 6,1 49
34 Volvo XC60 6,2 84
35 Toyota Auris 6,3 61
36 Opel Adam 6,4 45
Toyota Avensis 6,4 74
VW Touran 6,4 81
39 Ford Kuga 6,5 68
Mercedes-Benz C-Class 6,5 79
VW Touareg 6,5 88
42 Hyundai i20 6,6 56
Opel Zafira 6,6 80
44 Audi A4 6,7 82
Mazda CX-5 6,7 72
Opel Meriva 6,7 52
VW Polo 6,7 53
48 Kia Venga 6,8 45
Mazda 3 6,8 62
Renault Captur 6,8 51
VW Beetle 6,8 48
52 Ford B-Max 6,9 46
VW Golf 6,9 72
54 Nissan Juke 7,0 58
Renault Kadjar 7,0 64
56 Škoda Fabia 7,1 57
57 Nissan Note 7,2 52
58 Honda Civic 7,3 65
Hyundai ix20 7,3 47
Kia Sportage 7,3 62
Škoda Superb 7,3 93
Toyota Verso 7,3 66
63 VW Up! 7,4 48
64 Ford C-Max 7,5 66
Seat Mii 7,5 48
66 Opel Corsa 7,7 52
Suzuki Swift 7,7 56
68 Nissan Qashqai 7,9 64
Škoda Octavia 7,9 91
70 Seat Leon 8,0 74
Škoda Citigo 8,0 48
72 Škoda Yeti 8,1 64
73 Mazda 6 8,2 79
Smart ForTwo 8,2 38
75 VW Caddy 8,3 82
76 BMW 1/2 8,4 63
Ford S-Max 8,4 88
Toyota Aygo 8,4 48
79 Peugeot 2008 8,5 54
80 Nissan Pulsar 8,7 63
81 Škoda Rapid 8,9 67
82 BMW X3/X4 9,0 80
Ford Focus 9,0 77
Hyundai Tucson 9,0 65
Peugeot 308 9,0 79
VW Passat 9,0 105
87 Seat Ibiza 9,1 59
88 Ford Galaxy 9,2 86
Nissan X-Trail 9,2 73
90 BMW 3/4 9,3 90
Citroën C1 9,3 47
Opel Insignia 9,3 97
Peugeot 208 9,3 49
Renault Twingo 9,3 44
Renault Clio 9,3 54
96 Ford Fiesta 9,4 57
97 Ford Mondeo 8,6 98
98 Kia Picanto 9,8 46
99 Kia Rio 9,9 54
100 Fiat Tipo 10,1 54
101 Citroën C3 10,2 53
102 BMW X1 10,3 62
Hyundai i30 10,3 72
104 Fiat Panda 10,4 46
Kia Ceed 10,4 69
Renault Scenic 10,4 71
Smart ForFour 10,4 42
108 Citroën C4 Picasso 10,6 76
Nissan Micra 10,6 44
110 Fiat 500 10,8 42
Mini 10,8 53
112 Citroën Berlingo 11,3 75
113 Suzuki Jimny 11,5 43
114 Hyundai i10 11,9 45
115 BMW X5/X6 12,5 93
116 BMW 2 Active Tourer 12,7 67
117 Renault Kangoo 12,8 72
118 Fiat Punto 13,0 52
119 Dacia Sandero 13,3 54
120 Dacia Logan 13,9 69
121 Ford Ka 14,7 55
122 Dacia Duster 15,9 62
Seat Alhambra 15,9 83
124 Dacia Dokker 16,0 69
125 VW Sharan 16,4 87
126 BMW 5/6 16,8 105

Source: tuev-verband.de

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