The most reliable cars REVEALED!

The most reliable cars REVEALED!

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We brought you our list of most unreliable cars, so now it’s time to uncover the most reliable cars!

That’s right, we’ve teamed up with Warrantywise again to find out which car is the best for you to choose if you’re in the market for a new set of wheels.

One thing to consider though, just like with the least reliable cars, these are mostly older generation motors that saw their manufacturer warranty run out. Either way, are you surprised by any cars on this list? Let us know in the COMMENTS!

Disclaimer: average repair costs collated over a period between 2021 and 2022. Since the sample was selected, Warrantywise has seen a significant rise in the price of labour and parts, which will impact future repair costs.


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Mr Smith says:

Keep saying to many of my work colleagues that if you want a reliable car to get to work and back, then get a Japanese or Korean Car.
Some are not great to look at, but when I drive to work in the Winter here in the U.K all I see is Peugeot 307's, Vauxhall Corsas and surprisingly a lot if Audi A3's on the hard shoulder broken down.

Łukasz Domina says:

All the cars have nothing to brake… no extras what so ever

francis2811 says:

Not surprised to find Honda Jazz at the top of the reliability list. I have never regretted buying one. Very reliable with cheap running costs.

Luke The Nuke says:

I used to own a 2014 KIA Cee'd and I never had a problem with it, even after abusing it sometimes. Just normal maintenance and that thing was never a surprise for me. I recommend it to everyone. Awesome daily.

pharez knights says:

Most i would say is a wear item like clutch, clutch are base on people driving habits, good driver can make it last long while a beginner can burn out the clutch in less than a year

Jo R says:

I have a 2018 acura ilx with 55k miles and it’s never broken down

Dims Fajar says:

Kijang Innova best and most reliable car

Krzysztof Kosmala says:

Were EV's included?

Ab Ab says:

Honda, Toyota, Suzuki ,Mazda. … Wow.. Japan still rules the quality in almost everything they make.

January Morris says:

Gearboxes in cheap cars

G M says:

So basically most Japanese cars, also they are all boring

Aeron Gerich Co says:

Still, Japanese cars are the most reliable.


FITRARI for the win. Or JAZZ in the rest of the world. I had 3 of them. 🙂

Baz A35 says:

WarrantyWise are unreliable themselves haha

Hashtag Headies says:

i legit rather walk than ride in any of those

Sheldon Broes says:

Less frills, less troubles

Tintoycar says:

So the German cars are overrated? 🙂

HereIgoAgain says:

Amazed that econobox beaters, mostly Asian, always top reliability lists. I suppose that it is gauche to inquire about repair costs for luxury cars.

TheFunkyair says:

please rank the repair cost over car prices

Simon Miller says:

I run a Suzuki alto sz4 as a second car and it’s amazing. 60mpg. Sits happy at 80 on the motorway, well specced and nothing goes wrong on it at all.

Zoel Martinez says:

You forgot the Honda CR-V 2002 amazing vehicle has been running for me for 20+ years has over 300,000 miles on it

who cares says:

Electric cars are inherently more reliable than their petrol and diesel counterparts, due to there being fewer moving parts

Richard Muirhead says:

I can't believe that my Miata came in 4th, I've banged out 30k miles of smiles so far …. Parts can be scarce and therefore pricey … I made a few mods and I ping at almost 7000 rpm when I get in my feelings and decide to put my fellow motorists in my rear view mirror … on the daily.

DoubleDeckerAnton says:

Japanese cars are very very reliable.

chimbuzi1 says:

TOYOTA dont play !

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