Reliability according to TÜV Report 2022 (6 – 7 years)
TÜV Report 2022 table for six- and seven-year-old cars produced in 2014 and 2015 with links to recalls*.
The long-term leader in this category is the Porsche 911, and this year is no different. Ahead of the two Japanese representatives, the Suzuki SX4 and the Toyota RAV4 is the VW Golf Sportsvan. At the bottom, again in the company of the Dacias and Renaults, is surprisingly the BMW 5/6 Series. Almost one in five of these cars fail the technical inspection.
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.
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