German experts called the most reliable crossoversNovember 26, 2019
This rating was compiled by specialists from TÜV, an association of technical supervision that specializes in vehicle technical inspection in the country.
Reliability is perhaps one of the main criteria that motorists make for their future transport. And it doesn’t matter if a brand new passenger car is purchased at a car dealership or a used car. The German Technical Supervision Association (TÜV) has listed the most reliable crossovers. All SUV experts checked as part of their own technical inspections. It turned out that the most points from experts were received by models of German and Japanese brands. So, among cars under three years old, the Mazda CX-3 and CX-5 crossovers were recognized as the best.
Such SUVs rarely cause any complaints from reviewers. Complaints were received only on shock absorbers.
In the niche of crossovers up to five years, Audi Q5 has become a leader. Defects in such auto inspectors are rarely found. Observations may arise with optics or brakes, as well as engine oil leaks. A high level of reliability is demonstrated by the Opel Mokka and Mitsubishi ASX models. Serious problems with them in the first five years of operation, as a rule, do not arise. True, Opel’s engine can “eat up” oil. TÜV Honda CR-V, Volkswagen Tiguan and two BMW models – X1 and X3 – supplement the rating of the most reliable crossovers of 2019.
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