Reliability is a key factor to consider when purchasing a car and with the results of the Fleet News magazine 2009 top50 results just released it is the perfect opportunity for customers and consumers around the UK to take stock of the situation and make a informed decision about their next purchase and used Honda’s recorded staggering results.
The Japanese and German car manufacturers have come out of the latest survey very well, with the Honda Civic coming out with the top honour of being the most reliable car on the market today. There was even more reason for the Japanese car giant to celebrate with two more of their cars featuring heavily inside the top 5 cars with the Honda Jazz in third place and the Honda Accord scooping fourth place.
Maintaining a sense of European pride within the top ten was BMW who managed to take the second and fifth placing with their 3 and 5 series cars respectively. The BMW brand also managed to score another success with the subsidiary brand Mini which managed to come in eighth place.
The remaining places in the survey were filled by the Audi A4, the Mercedes C Class, Toyota Avensis and Volkswagen Golf. The two brands BMW and Honda were tied on reliability statistics but it was the German manufacturer who managed to walk away with the overall prize having taken more votes overall.