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Here are 10 Engines You Should Avoid

A leading warranty provider has studied its database to reveal the makes of cars most and least likely to suffer from engine failure. Warranty Direct, which with 50,000 policies on its books is the UK’s leading supplier of direct consumer warranties, claims that Hondas and Toyotas have the most reliable engines available. But what are the least reliable? Here are 10 Engines You Should Avoid .

Engine reliability: the bottom 10 brands

1. Mitsubishi

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 59 (1.7%)

2. Volkswagen

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 52 (1.91%)

3. Renault

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 46 (2.13%)

4. BMW

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 45 (2.2%)

5. Peugeot

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 44 (2.26%)

6. Vauxhall

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 41 (2.46%)

7. Saab

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 40 (2.49%)

8. Mini

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 40 (2.51%)

9. Audi

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 27 (3.71%)

10. MG Rover

Engine failure rate according to Warranty Direct: 1 in 13 (7.88%)

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