Best and worst small SUVs for reliability
Small SUVs are the cars everyone wants to be seen in. Find out which are the most - and least - reliable models in our round-up...
Only 20% of Capturs had a problem, and the biggest area of concern was interior trim. A small percentage of owners reported issues with engines, gearboxes, non-engine electrics and bodywork. All cars could still be driven, however, and all were fixed for free.
See our full Renault Captur review
6. Skoda Yeti
Fewer Yeti owners (16%) reported a fault on their car, with non-engine electrics topping the list of issues, followed by interior trim and bodywork. Even though some cars were rendered undriveable, the majority were fixed the same day and no owners had to stump up for any repair bills.
See our full used Skoda Yeti review
5. Nissan Juke
Again, 16% of owners reported a fault here, but the Juke's main problems were split evenly between the air-con, bodywork, engine and non-engine electrics. All cars remained driveable and were back on the road in less than a week, and only a small percentage of owners had to contribute to the cost of repairs.
See our full Nissan Juke review
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