The Range Rover Sport is the most unreliable car on Britain's roads
Research conducted by Warrantywise shows that the Range Rover Sport from 2010 is Britain's most unreliable car. According to the research, the Range Rover Sport's known main faults are the brakes and suspension which can be rather expensive. Other known faults include the alternator and electrical systems.
The same research also shows that Land Rover's in general are more than likely to develop a fault than any other car on the road today. Other brand's which have unreliable cars include Jaguar and Volvo.
Lawrence Whittaker of Warrantywise said: “We’re not suggesting faults are guaranteed to occur, but this data is derived from genuine claims.”
Image Source: theaa.com - The Vauxhall Insignia was also named one of Britain's most unreliable cars
According to Warrantywise's research, the top five most unreliable cars on the road are the 2010 Range Rover Sport, 2008 Vauxhall Zafira, 2011 Vauxhall Insignia, 2008 Peugeot 207 and the 2009 Vauxhall Astra.
On the bright side, the top 5 most reliable cars are the 2009 VW Polo, 2009 Ford Fiesta, 2009 Ford Focus, 2011 Ford Transit and the 2009 Audi A3. Other reliable cars from other brands include Honda, Toyota and Skoda.
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