BROOM: Many who buy new cars deal with the reliability of different models. There are also large variations in this area.
Japanese car models have for years been recognized as having faced much less faults than cars produced elsewhere.
After all, South Korea, with Hiundai and Kia, was also known.
But American and European carmakers are also working hard to ensure that cars are as safe as possible.
Now it becomes extremely important, as cars get more and more advanced equipment, which costs a lot to get better.
This was the first ticket in 2016
A thorough investigation
It is, therefore, good that we have reports of Consumer Consumer Reports in the United States. Each year they perform one of the most comprehensive quality research in the automotive industry to find out which cars offer the least, and most, wrong.
2018 is no exception, and the results are based, inter alia, on information of 500,000 vehicles. There are 17 different categories. Here, everything is being shifted from debris to gearboxes that fail. In addition, consumer reports test cars.
We have selected a list of 10 car brands with the least problems – and they will be presented here:
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Yes, you were not rich if you made money to get such a result. Toyota's premium brand has been setting the standard for years which implies high reliability and quality.
Their most reliable model is the luxury SUV GKS, which is not sold in Norway.
They average 78 points.
It's also surprising to find a moderator elsewhere. For now, it's a little new in the world, that is.
Toyota has 14 models tested and a Japanese car manufacturer has an average of 76 vehicles.
Prius handshake manual is one of the models that goes well with quality research.
It may not be surprising that Mazda comes high. However, they have actually climbed NI since last year and are very pleased to provide a pallet in this year's race.
Auto-enthusiasts will enjoy the MKS-5 sports car, which is the most reliable in Mazda.
Overall, Mazda got 69 points.
Japanese brands continue to dominate! Subaru climbs in two places – and has an average of 65 points.
For anyone who loves Imprez VRKS, and they are many, it's probably a bit disappointing to be the safest in Subaru's points. This is mainly due to problems with the transmission.
Used cars from hell
Finally, we find another country that is on the list. Kia is from South Korea and has to fall in two places since last year.
However, both Sportage and Niro hybrid are coming well.
The stylish Stinger GT is just below the Kia average.
Another premium brand – this time from Nissan. They managed to climb one place since last year. This is a sign that we do not know much in Norway. But there are also copies on Norwegian roads.
Their smallest reliable model is the K50, while the K60 is the one that gets the most points in the Infiniti models.
This car has the most satisfied owners in Norway
Perhaps you think European cars are not allowed to participate? With Neid. And here we will find the first contribution. However, Audi has to fall from the fourth place last year, as this time it ended with an average of 60 points.
The least reliable is the rival A3 – while the new K5 is the best.
It may be a bit too good for a competitor to find out about Audi in the research. BMV is currently three places on the list since last year.
On average they make 58 points – with Ks1 the smallest reliable. There is a critique for the brakes that must be replaced and shaken in the steering wheel.
The good news for Norwegians is that the electric car i3 is the one that gets the best result.
BMV also has Mini – and with 57 points, Mini is just on the back of the list.
SUV Countriman received the recognition that it is the most reliable of the two models that were considered. The second model was Kuper. Countriman has a point above the average – while the other is slightly below.
Hiundai shares the ninth place with exactly the same result as the Mini. The least reliable model is Ionik. The hybrid edition of Ionik is, among other things, a box for problems with gears and motors.
The result for the Korean brand is exactly the same as last year.