The most expensive cars to repair have been named, with BMW and Audi in the lead

by alex

Anti-rating from Whatcar.com and MotorEasy

The British publication Whatcar.com and the insurance company MotorEasy conducted a survey among 21,732 motorists and compiled an anti-rating of the most expensive cars to maintain with a mileage of up to five years. The rating is interesting because all these models are available on the Russian market.

BMW 3-Series (2019 — present) tops the rating; a third of owners encountered various problems in the first couple of years. More than half paid around £1,500 for repairs at service centres.

A quarter of Audi A1 owners complained of problems with the car, with between £310 and £1,500 spent on repairs. Third place went to the Audi A3, with 40% having problems within a couple of years.

This anti-rating also includes:

  • Kia EV6 (2021 — present);
  • Mercedes E-Class (2016–2024);
  • Range Rover Evoque (2019 — present);
  • Mercedes A-Class (2018 — present);
  • Audi Q5 (2018 — present);
  • Hyundai Ioniq 5 (2021 — present);
  • Volkswagen Golf (2020 — present).
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