Most and least reliable luxury cars
Luxury cars are laden with the latest technology; that's great, unless they go wrong, because they're very expensive to fix. We reveal the most and least dependable...
Luxury cars get all the new gadgets and gizmos ahead of more affordable models, and they're usually superb long-distance cruisers that offer plenty of space to relax in their hushed interiors. That's all well and good until something goes wrong, when all that tech can make them far pricier to put right.
That’s where the annual What Car? Reliability Survey, conducted in association with MotorEasy, comes in. We asked nearly 25,000 readers if their cars had gone wrong in the past two years, and, if they had, how severe the fault was and how much they had to pay for repairs.
However, that doesn’t tell the full story, because some models motored along without giving their owners many troubles, while others were a bigger financial liability than a payday loan. Here, we’ve used that data to investigate the most and least reliable luxury cars aged up to five years old.
Best luxury cars 2023
A luxury car obviously needs sumptuous materials, ride comfort worthy of a magic carpet, and a super-smooth engine. However, models targeting company car drivers must also offer low emissions
Peugeot 308 SW long-term test
The Peugeot 308 SW is one of the sharpest looking estates around, but does this come at the expense of practicality? We're living with it to find out