The British edition AutoExpress has posted an annual rating on the Web called Driver Power Survey. It includes the most reliable vehicles on the market.
So, in the crossover segment, Skoda Kodiaq has become the leader: in it, buyers like a modern interior, high build quality, as well as a large selection of power units. The second place in the rating is occupied by the Hyundai Kona model, and the Mazda CX-5 crossover closed the TOP-3: apart from a small number of breakdowns (and their frequency), the owners of the Japanese car noted a practical interior, stylish design, and good handling.
The fourth place went to the compact Lexus NX crossover, which became the only premium SUV to reach the top lines of the reliability rating this year. Volkswagen T-Roc is on the fifth line of the rating: it is the European “brother” of the Skoda Karoq model, equipped only with turbocharged engines and manual transmissions or a robotic transmission (DSG).
The sixth place in this rating was taken by Skoda Karoq, and the remaining positions in the top ten were given to the following models: Peugeot 2008, Volvo XC40, as well as Toyota C-HR and Toyota RAV4. Recall that the Driver Power Survey from AutoExpress is formed on the basis of a survey of motorists who are asked to evaluate their cars according to 10 criteria, including reliability, practicality, handling, as well as performance and multimedia capabilities.