Toyota triumphs in Warrantywise reliability rankings

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The Toyota Yaris ranked as the most reliable used car over the last three years, according to the latest figures released by Warrantywise.

Now on its fourth generation, having first been released in 1999, the model proved to be the most reliable used car in Warrantywise’s 2024 Reliability Index using data from 2020–2023, securing the top spot with minimal repair costs and maximum reliability, scoring an impressive 89.0/100.

With an average repair costing £604.50, Toyota appeared four times in the top ten league table with the Japanese car manufacturer’s Auris, Aygo and Hilux models also featuring within the Reliability Index, further establishing its reputation for build quality, engineering reliability and durability.

Based on precise and quantifiable data, the top 10 is a diverse mix of models, with the Suzuki Swift placing 2nd with a score of 87.8/100, with Mazda’s Mazda2 and Toyota Auris securing joint 3rd spot with an overall score of 85.9/100.

Toyota strikes again for joint 5th as the Aygo and the Hilux tie with a score of 85.3/100. The Kia Cee’d with its 84.6/100 score places 7th and the Honda CR-V and Peugeot 107 come in joint 8th with an overall score of 83.4/100. Finally, the Kia Rio is 10th with a score of 82.1/100.

Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise, said: “We recognise the importance of making wise choices, particularly in light of the rising cost of repair, and also that even the most reliable car is vulnerable to faults. Whether you buy a Toyota Yaris or a Honda CR-V, protecting your car with an extended warranty is one of the most reliable ways to confidently drive a used car without fear of big breakdown bills.”

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