Cheaper cars such as Honda and Suzuki less likely to break down than Porsches and Bentleys
Which manufacturer has the most reliable cars? Honda, according to the latest survey by What Car? magazine and UK warranty company Warranty Direct.
Suzuki ranked second, followed by Toyota, making it a clean sweep for Japanese manufacturers.
The index was based on failure rate, age, mileage and cost of repair of 50,000 cars in the UK.
The vehicles used in the index were between three and eight years old and under warranty with Warranty Direct.
Bentley performed the worst, coming in last at No.38. Just ahead of the Bentley was the Porsche.
This is the ninth consecutive year that Honda has topped the rankings for car manufacturers in the UK, according to What Car?.
The magazine's editor Jim Holder said: "Honda’s success in the reliability index is chiefly down to low failure rates. But, when things do go wrong, the cars are also relatively cheap to fix."