Table of contents:
- Lexus IS
- AlfRomeo Giulia
- Lexus RX
- Peugeot 3008
- Hyundai Ioniq
- Lexus GS
- Vauxhall Astra
- Mercedes-Benz C-Class
- Audi A4
- Jaguar XE
- Audi A5
- Audi A3
- Citroen C1
- Fiat Panda
- MG ZS
Video: 10 Cars You Want To Live With. And & Nbsp; 10 More - With & Nbsp; Which You Don't & Nbsp; Want
The British edition AutoExpress has published a rating of satisfaction of owners of new cars with their choice. The study involved 14,000 buyers of 75 different models, who evaluated the cars on 31 parameters: ergonomics, design, power, efficiency, reliability, and so on. The age of the cars is no more than two years old. This is what the top ten leaders look like (leaders at the beginning, outsiders at the end of the list).
The owners of ToyotPrius are most satisfied with their choice. They are pleased with the manufacturability of the machine, as well as the economical and "clean" hybrid power plant. British taxi drivers are also very fond of the Prius for its low fuel consumption.
- Hybrids and electric cars generally delight their owners more than cars with classic internal combustion engines: in the top ten of the rating leaders, six cars at once are hybrid or fully electric.
- A surprise can be called the "bronze" of the Italian sedan AlfRomeo Giulia, which is loved for its cool chassis, powerful engines, smooth automatic transmission and, of course, for its design. And they love it despite the fact that every third Giuli owner complained about breakdowns.
And this is a list of ten models that please their owners least of all
Most dissatisfied are buyers of the Vauxhall Astra, which ranked 13th in the UK market in 2018. Also among the leaders in the anti-rating are Mercedes-Benz C-class and Audi A4.
- A couple more premium models - Mercedes-Benz GLC and Jaguar XE - hit the bottom lines of the rankings due to frequent breakdowns. Malfunctions in the German crossover were reported by 44% of owners, while the XE caused problems for 31.4% of buyers.