The Which? Car Survey is in full swing in UK as participants of the survey speak out their ownership experience. This is not only beneficial for potential buyers, but also is helpful for the companies to improve their product quality.
Japanese car maker, Toyota has received an emphatic approval when it comes to reliability. The results of the 2014 Which? Car Survey show Toyota models across the board regarded as top performers when it comes to cars you can trust not to let you down, or cost you a fortune in repairs. This year’s survey took into account the ownership experiences of more than 49,000 British motorists to calculate which models are the best to own and the least likely to let you down.
The Toyota Auris and Auris Hybrid, emerged as the star performers and were rated first and second in the medium car category for reliability. Likewise, the seven-seat Verso is top-ranked among MPVs, while RAV4 landed in the second spot in the 4×4/SUV class.
These results clinched fourth place overall for Toyota among the survey’s best car brands. Which? Car Guide says: “If you’re looking for dependability, look no further than Toyota. The Auris medium car and Verso MPV top the reliability tables for cars up to three years old, but expect to see Toyotas dominating the table across all classes and ages.”
President of Toyota (GB), Matt Harrison, said, “Once again, satisfied customers are proving powerful advocates for the qualities that define our brand. Their message is you can depend on Toyota for reliability, whether it is a car fresh from the showroom, or one that has already been on the road for three years or more.”
Harrison further added, “The achievement of Auris and Auris Hybrid is particularly rewarding for us, cars that sit right at the heart of the market and which represent the excellent quality of our British manufacturing. Of course reliability is only part of the ownership experience and in our latest models – not yet figuring in the Which? survey – such as new Aygo and Yaris, we are also delivering greater rewards in terms of distinctive and desirable styling and a more rewarding driver experience.”
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