According to the latest figures from Warrantywise, the previous generation of Range Rover has been named as the UK‘s  least reliable car.

Polling was conducted over 131,000 extended car warranties with cars that were less than 10 years old

The Reliability Index is extremely revealing of how luxury cars, which may seem like they would be reliable because of the costly price tags, aren’t always so. The opinion that they should be very reliable, for the price that customers pay for them, is quite a popular one, and this evaluation of our data is helpful for us to guide customers the right way when wanting to make a large purchase on a luxury car, like a Porsche.

Our sole purpose here at Warrantywise is to ensure that no matter what car you buy, it’s covered and taken care of. Since the rise in [automotive] parts cost and [car maintenance] labour since last year [2021] and continued pressures on the rising cost of living, it’s even more important to protect your investment and learn about which cars to buy used, too. Through the Reliability Index, we are able to steer customers the right way when it comes to investing in a car. However, no matter what car it is – and how reliable it is – we can support it.

Said Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise.
PositionModelsHighest Repair CostOverall Score /100
1Land Rover Range Rover£23,89020.2
2BMW M3£12,11521.4
3Land Rover Range Rover Sport£22,35823.1
4Porsche Panamera£10,78523.4
5BMW X6£9,61323.6
6Porsche Cayenne£6,36024.9
7Audi Q7£8,71925.7
8Bentley Continental GT£6,22729.1
9Mazda CX-5£5,77729.6
10BMW M5£10,12930.8

*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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