Survey: Best Indian Cars With Reliability; Do You Own Any Of These Cars?

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Reliability of your car is of utmost important and a car with dependability will indeed help you with better maintenance and reduce the burden of post sales service.

J.D Power surveyed on problems experienced by original owners of 2.5 - 3.5 old cars in nine categories for 2016. The survey states that the overall dependability has increased over the years.

In 2015, the study showed 206 problems per 100 vehicles, it came down to 185 problems per 100 vehicles in 2016. Here is the list of best Indian cars with reliability segment wise.

Entry Compact Segment

1. Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 - The Alto 800 reported 156 PP (Problems Per) 100 vehicles.

Entry Compact Segment

2. Tata Nano - Nano reported 183 PP 100.

Entry Compact Segment

3. Hyundai Eon - The Eon from the South Korean manufacturer scored 189 PP 100.

Compact Segment

1. Maruti Suzuki Alto/Alto K10 - An impressive score of 135 PP 100 vehicles compared to 157 PP 100 in 2015.

Compact Segment

2. Hyundai i10 - The i10 scored 158 PP 100 vehicles, the i10 has displaced the Chevrolet Spark from last year's rankings.

Compact Segment

3. Hyundai Santro - The humble Santro was reported with 187 PP 100 vehicles and took the spot from Maruti Suzuki Wagon R.

Upper Compact Segment

1. Honda Brio - The Brio performed the best of the lot with reports of 82 PP 100 vehicles and continues to hold the position of rank 1 when compared to 2015.

Upper Compact Segment

2. Maruti Suzuki Ritz - The Ritz has scored 97 PP 100 vehicles and displaced the Ford Figo from the ranking.

Upper Compact Segment

3. Toyota Etios Liva - The Etios Liva is a new entrant as well with a score of 117 PP 100 vehicles. Last year, Nissan Micra was in this spot.

Premium Compact Segment

1. Volkswagen Polo - The Polo continues to hold fort its position with the score of 136 PP 100 vehicles. In 2015 survey, the Polo 166 PP 100 vehicles and has bettered the number this year.

Premium Compact Segment

2. Hyundai i20 - The i20 dislodged the Maruti Suzuki Swift by scoring 173 PP 100 vehicles.

Premium Compact Segment

3. Maruti Suzuki Swift - The Swift moved one place down with a score of 194 PP 100 vehicles. In 2015, the Swift had scored 187 PP vehicles, hence an increase in the number of problems reported.

Entry Midsize Segment

1. Toyota Etios - The Etios scored better than last year with the score of 116 PP 100 vehicles compared to 153 PP 100 vehicles in 2015.

Entry Midsize Segment

2. Honda Amaze - The compact sedan from Honda went up the ladder and moved the Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire from the ranking. The Amaze scored 130 PP 100 vehicles this year.

Entry Midsize Segment

3. Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire - The Dzire scored 240 PP 100 vehicles compared to 176 the previous year's score.

Midsize Segment

1. Skoda Rapid - The Rapid moved up to the numero uno position and dislodged the Honda City with a score of 100 PP 100 vehicles compared to an impressive 160 the last year.

Midsize Segment

2. Honda City - The City scored 109 PP 100 vehicles compared to 146, however, the Rapid did better than the City.

Midsize Segment

3. Volkswagen Vento - The lone Volkswagen car scored 118 PP 100 vehicles and displaced the Ford Classic.

MUV/MPV Segment

1. Toyota Innova - The Innova has performed better than the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga compared to last year. Toyota's premium MPV scored an impressive 118 compared to 177 the previous year.

MUV/MPV Segment

2. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga - The Ertiga has done well with a score of 127 compared to 177 PP 100 vehicles, however, the Toyota Innova has bettered it this year.

MUV/MPV Segment

3. Mahindra Xylo - The Xylo has dislodged another Mahindra, the Bolero with a score of 245 PP 100 vehicles. The Bolero had scored 289 last year.

SUV Segment

1. Mahindra XUV 500 - With a score of 171 PP 100 vehicles it moved one place on the ranking. Last year, the Mahindra Scorpio was at the top position.

SUV Segment

2. Renault Duster - A new entrant in the ranking, the Duster scored 194 PP 100 vehicles. In 2015, the XUV500 was at this position.

SUV Segment

3. Mahindra Scorpio - The Scorpio fell two places with the score of 282 PP 100 vehicles which was an increase compared to last year's score of 254.

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Story first published: Thursday, July 28, 2016, 19:08 [IST]
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