Best and worst city cars for reliability

City cars need to be affordable to buy and run, so you don’t want one that breaks down and racks up hefty repair bills. We reveal the most – and least – reliable city cars

Just because city cars are cheap to buy that doesn’t mean they should be unreliable. In fact, appealing to cash-strapped buyers, who could struggle to pay hefty repair bills, means they really do need to be dependable. That’s where our 2017 Reliability Survey can help.

We asked more than 14,200 people to tell us about any faults their cars had suffered during the past 12 months, how long the problem kept the car off the road and how much they’d had to pay to get it fixed.

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