Germany called the worst used crossoversDecember 13, 2019
The study of the secondary market was carried out by specialists of the Technical Supervision Service. They identified the most unreliable crossovers with mileage in different age categories.
German experts from the Technical Supervision Service checked about 9 million cars to calculate the most unreliable used crossovers. This department regularly draws up ratings of this kind. The study revealed that among the two- and three-year-old cars, the Dacia Duster crossover proved to be the worst. Specialists found various kinds of defects in 11.7% of cars. The “Koreans” Hyundai Tucson and KIA Sportage showed themselves a little better – 10.5% and 7.1% respectively.
In the niche of used cars that left the assembly line no later than 2014, KIA Sportage (15%) caused the most complaints. The second is Volkswagen Tiguan – 14.2 percentage points, and Nissan Qashqai closes the first “three” of this anti-rating – 12.7%.
The same models are leading in other age categories. An exception is the segment of cars older than ten years. Here came the Japanese compact cross Mitsubishi Outlander – 31.1%.
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