Lexus cars have once again been identified as the most reliable on the market and take the Japanese brand to the top of the ranking in the recently released Car Reliability Survey by Which?
'Which?' Is the UK's largest independent consumer advocacy body, with over 1.3 million members and supporters, it has just released the findings of its in-depth study based on the experience concrete and feedback from over 47,000 UK drivers, representing almost 59,000 individual vehicles.
Lexus confirmed its leadership status thanks to the impeccable report obtained by the CT 200h and the near-perfect performance of the mid-size SUV, the NX. The results of the study concern the categories “New vehicles less than three years old” and “vehicles three to eight years old”.
According to the glowing report produced by 'Which?': “Can you afford a Lexus? Do not hesitate. You might just forget what your mechanic's waiting room looks like. " Lexus' self-charging hybrid technology ranks high among the main factors behind its impressive performance. Which emphasizes the proven durability and mechanical simplicity of the electrical system which helps to increase the resistance of Lexus cars to failures.
Lexus introduced hybrid technology to the UK premium market in 2005. Since then, Lexus has continued to improve performance and efficiency and has extended it to its entire model lineup. Today, hybrid models account for 99.8% of the Japanese automaker's total new vehicle sales in the UK.