Honda has practically swept the board in this year's Which? Car reliability survey, the biggest-ever owner satisfaction survey in the UK with almost 100,000 cars rated. The Honda Jazz is the most reliable new car, with a rating of 96 per cent. More than 1,300 owners confirmed it rarely lets them down – cementing its reputation as the number one for dependable motoring.Continue Reading
Honda was the most reliable and affordable manufacturer. Land Rover finished bottom of the makers' list, a repeat of last year's result.
The survey of 111 models revealed that Japanese manufacturers top the charts again with Honda keeping hold of its number one position. The Honda Accord, which was top, was built in Britain, and the Honda Civic, which finished runner up, was also constructed in the UK.Continue Reading
Honda's S-2000 has come out on top for the second year running in the Auto Express Drive Power 2006 reliability survey. The study, which reveals the best and worst cars in the UK according to over 46,000 motorists, gave the S-2000 a satisfaction rating of 92.6%, beating off competition from the brand's other models the Accord and Jazz.Continue Reading