Die 6. Passatgeneration Typ 3C ist trotz der forcierten Gleichteilestategie zum VW Golf und dem damit verbundenen Wechsel zum Quereinbau des Motors sowohl in den Abmessungen, der Verarbeitung und dem technischen Standard deutlich gewachsen. Empfehlung: Der gefragte 2. Aber auch der 1. Rund und schwarz sind sie, womit aber beileibe nicht alles gesagt ist, denn die Bandbreite der Fragen rund um die Bereifung ist enorm.

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Coronavirus: Used car prices are falling and show no sign of stopping soon, experts warn. Coronavirus: Car dealers given green light to reopen from today. Lockdown speeders: Driver clocked at mph during lockdown. Coronavirus: Used car prices set to soar as coronavirus hits new car production. Here are the results, gleaned from 55, German drivers, Note the falling star. I'd still have a Mercedes over a Citroen though. Jaguar appear to be heading in the right direction however what has happened to Nissan since Renault took over?

Jaguar appear to be heading in the right direction in my Jag magazine there was a small article that said Jaguar had topped a US satisfaction survey again , having achieved this year, the highest marks any manufacturer has ever achieved and some way from the nearest opposition. If anyone replies to this and is interested 'i'll look it up when i get home and include more details.

Need you ask. As the owner of a Renault-contaminated Nissan, I can assure all concerned that once I get my car back - again - from the dealer, my hard earned will not be spent with them. This is my 8th and last one for sure - quite apart from the fact I harbour no desire for the vans with windows they are now churning out, the build and general reliability has gone down the Khazi.

For the record, this time my car decided to pay its own small scale tribute to the Buncefield depot and awaits a replacement engine for its efforts 2 years, 36k miles Reply Report as offensive Link. The amusement would soon wear off after you were taking the car back every week for niggling problems. The german populas is very quickly loosing faith in it its flagship product. It's not measuring reliability though. That's why SAAB come out relatively well. Oh but it is the questionaire issued by the ADAC to all its members included trips to the agents for warranty work and information on waranty claims from the manufacturers plus their own roadside repair vehicles.

Mai ! But what if one isn't middle class? I just put the middle class all other classes are available. The Laguna looks a bit scary! Mazda6 looks very good. Laguna - backs up what I've been saying on here before, the early ones let the side down but the later ones were far better. Look how the figures decline onwards. Is it generated by measuring faults in the first year after registration of the car.? Or the Total faults recorded over the period a car is on the road?

I think it must be the former - one or two vehicles seem to have fewer faults for earlier years. I'd like to see the results from 55, British drivers. They may not be the same as those from the German drivers. My reading of the figures is that it's the number of faults produced by a model produced in a given year, over the year of the survey. So, of Lagunas produced in , there were 52 faults reported in the year, whereas of the Lagunas only 11 faults per cars were reported.

It would seem that the Lagunas have improved, the problem is how will the say Lagunas be doing in 3 or 4 years time? What this is saying is that Lagunas should be avoided like the plague and indeed they're much worse than the cars, which are much better despite being a year older , whereas something like the Mazda 6 remains impressively reliable long-term.

Correct Reply Report as offensive Link. And incidentally Pannen means breakdown, so these are actual breakdown stats. That ain't good. So for anyone to use those tables to say for example a rubbish car is more reliable than a rubbish car is just plain wrong.

If you compared a Laguna to a Subaru then that is correct but comparing one year to another is imo like comparing dogs and hippos Point is though that you compare cars with other cars, and ones with other s etc etc. I've located a good table summarising the results for all the cars in the survey.

The Renaults had a terrible patch across the board in the early s but they seem to have fixed this now and their cars now seem to be quite respectable.

One would attribute this to a delayed Nissan effect, except that Nissan is having problems of its own and don't seem to have ironed them out at this stage. They've become a mediocre brand which is dissapointing for a company which used to be so strong. Looking at the figures on the survey jace1 posted how have they got vw down the bottom of the pile. If it was on customer satisfaction you could understand them being near the bottom but a few mention reliability and breakdowns and looking at the list there nearer the top.

Must be me reading it wrong. It's not really clear from this survey if it just means breakdowns or also includes other faults. Mercedes C Class seems to do well. I bow to your superior knowledge.

I'm not really surprised by the make in the number one spot! Sorry to sound like a know it all but Pannen are breakdowns. I am fluent in German so would like to think I can follow all these German websites. And 'en panne' is French for broken down. An interesting example of a crossover between the two languages which have different roots.

I don't know how it's defined within the survey but I would differentiate between breakdown in English, which is something that would leave you stranded by the side of the road, and Panne, which I would probably translate as [component] failure.

That might well equate to a breakdown and would require work to be done, rather than simply a rattle or having an exhaust changed in line with schedule, but would not necessarily require a breakdown and recovery. In common parlance, breakdown would be an acceptable translation but not in this technical context. My Wahrig defines Panne as "Schaden; Betriebsstoerung bes. Stoerung im Arbeitslauf, Fehler, Missgeschick.

I have to say, the outcome of that survey is very, very strange. Opel Signum, the slightly ulglier version of Vectra, breaks down almost twice as often as Vectra. Most bulletproof Nissans - old Almera and Primera as well as Toyota Corolla are topped by reliability of Citroen Saxo and they apparently break at least twice more often than Ford Ka.

Audi A6, with, apparently 5 year lifespan before it falls into pieces, is only as reliable as notorious Peugeot and Merc A-Class. Maybe Germans get their cars from different sources than we do, in UK? Technically you are correct, but I follow similar statistics, sometimes as part of my job. However on second reading I discovered the sentence "In die Ergebnisstabelle fliessen ausschliesslich technisch bedingte Pannen ein, die zum Liegenbleiben fuehren.

This makes some of the results all the more shocking. Just out of interest are daihatsu part of or part owned by Toyota? Owned by Toyota Reply Report as offensive Link.


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