Warranty Direct is an auto
company in the United Kingdom that decided to put some of its raw data to good use in a comprehensive reliability index that ranks the country's 100 most reliable vehicles according to their frequency of failure. The
tops the list and Japanese manufacturers produce no less than every car in the top 10 and 16 of the top 20. The first non-Eastern marque to appear on the list is the
X-Type at 13. The results are based on the 55,000 vehicles
by the company and each make and model's frequency of failure. You can check out the full list here where you may be surprised how high and low your favorite marques have landed.