The German Automobile Club ADAC publishes from time to time ratings of the least and most emergency emergency vehicles. Today’s ranking focuses on cars that were registered between 2011 and 2018. Cars are divided into several classes as standard, which will allow you to see which cars are currently badly damaged and it is not worth investing your money in them.
Here are the most emergency vehicles. Best avoided if you don’t want to spend a fortune on a mechanic!
The report was based on nearly 3.5 million reports submitted by German drivers last year. Cars that are no more than 10 years old and that have been sold for at least three years are taken into account. The number of registrations for each available car model in the ranking must exceed 10,000 per year. The list is divided into five car categories.
Below we present a complete list that allows you to evaluate the most fail-safe models in their class.
- Small cars (small class) – the most emergency:
- Smart for 4
- Smart Fortwo
- City Cars (Part B) – The Most Emergency
- Hyundai i20
- Opel Meriva
- Compact cars (widely defined Class C) – most emergency:
- Kia Sid
- Kia Sportage
- Nissan Qashqai
- Opel Astra
- Renault Kangoo
- Renault SCENIC
- Medium Class Cars (Part D) – Most First Aid:
- Ford S Max
- Opel Insignia
- red seat
- Volkswagen Sharan
- Upper middle class (part E) – the most emergency
- Mercedes E-class
The report states that more often the problems were caused by battery failure (46.3 percent) and engine failure (15.9 percent). In fewer cases, the causes of malfunctions were problems with the engine, tires or fuel system.
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