The Most Reliable cars in the world - 1
The Most Reliable cars in the world
Reliability is one of the most important qualities when choosing a car.
1. Honda Jazz hatchback
Honda s reputation for the production of extremely reliable cars was established many years ago and is only further enhanced by the Honda Jazz coming first in the 2014 survey for reliability.
The Jazz is practical and economical and, although there s no diesel engine and the ride can be firm, is a good choice for hatchback buyers who value space and reliability.

Price 11,695 - 20,245


  • Great reliability record

  • Very practical

  • Superb build quality

  • Cons

  • No diesel engine

  • Not much fun to drive

  • Uncompetitive economy figures
  • 2. Toyota Prius hybrid hatchback
    The Toyota Prius is arguably the most famous hybrid model on the market, largely thanks to the fact that it was one of the very first cars to mix electric and petrol power. That might make the technology sound old but in reality it s been tried and tested to the extent that the car now sits in second place overall for reliability. The car benefits from Toyota s five year/100,000 mile warranty, so you re covered in the unlikely event of your Prius developing a problem.

    Price 21,995 - 33,395


  • Low running costs

  • Very practical interior

  • Reliable hybrid engine

  • Cons

  • High price

  • Ride is quite firm

  • Noisy when accelerating hard
  • 3. Lexus CT hatchback
    The Lexus brand still came top for reliability in the 2014 Driver Power manufacturer s rankings, despite slipping from first to fourth in the overall standings, and the Lexus CT performed similarly, coming fourth for reliability out of 150 cars despite an overall position of 51st. The CT is based on the second placed Toyota Prius, so it s not too surprising that it s proving similarly reliable. Though the car isn t the cheapest, the CT offers luxury to go with the green credentials of hybrid technology.

    Price 21,245 - 29,745


  • Good quality interior

  • Low CO2 emissions

  • Impressive reliability

  • Cons

  • Poor ride quality

  • CVT gearbox makes car noisy and slow

  • Batteries cut into rear seat and boot space
  • 4. Audi Q3 SUV
    Like Lexus, Audi has an excellent reputation for reliability and the Q3 has benefitted from an engine range that has been tried and tested in other cars in the Volkswagen Group. The car comes with a three year/60,000 mile warranty and is quickly becoming one of Audi s most popular models since it went on sale three years ago.

    Price 25,380 - 45,540


  • Upmarket badge

  • Excellent interior

  • Strong resale values

  • Cons

  • Plain design

  • Expensive options

  • No real off road ability
  • 5. Kia Rio hatchback
    Kia made a bold statement about reliability when it introduced an industry leading seven year/100,000 mile warranty across its entire range, and it seems like customers aren t having to make much use of it. The Kia Rio is the first of two Kia models to make the top ten most reliable cars list and none of its direct rivals, like the Ford Fiesta or Renault Clio get close. The 1.1 litre diesel Rio can return seriously impressive economy figures too, so if you re looking for an efficient, reliable supermini, the Rio is a good value proposition.

    Price 10,345 - 17,445


  • Cheap to run

  • Long warranty

  • Spacious interior

  • Cons

  • Vague steering

  • Dated interior

  • Rather slow

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