The Honda Jazz is the most reliable used car, according to the latest figures released by Warrantywise’s annual Reliability Index.
First launched in the UK 20 years ago, and now in its fifth incarnation, the Jazz is known for being affordable and built to last, upholding the brand’s solid reputation for ultra-dependability.
Only including cars that are less than 10 years old, outside of the manufacturer’s warranty and discounting models with less than 100 plans to ensure a fair sample size, the Honda Jazz’s first position within the Reliability Index is an impressive placing as low pay out costs across the board contribute to Honda’s position as the most reliable car make.
With an average repair cost (cost recorded in 2021) of only £424.31 for the Jazz, Honda’s reputation remains strong, as consistency and dependability support the Japanese brand’s commitment to supplying products of the highest quality, yet at reasonable prices for maximum customer satisfaction.
As you can see, the rest of Warrantywise’s Reliability Index is dominated by Japanese and South Korean brands.
Top 10 most reliable used cars
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“It’s unsurprising to see Honda top the table, given how reliable its cars have proven to be time and time again, with the results of our Reliability Index,” said Lawrence Whittaker, CEO of Warrantywise.
“The Reliability Index is such a great tool for us to be able to evaluate the market and help our customers make the right choice for them when it comes to deciding which car to purchase; especially now with the cost of parts and labour on the rise and people genuinely searching for the best options to suit their needs.”