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Warranty Wise top 15 most reliable cars - guess who's no 1 !

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Great news. I'll go and give her a polish !

Alan

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1 minute ago, stringbender said:

Great news. I'll go and give her a polish !

Alan

What about the car though ?   😉

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3 hours ago, Old Sandy said:

What about the car though ?   😉

Doing the car tomorrow !!

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His 15 unreliable ones were mostly German. But they always get a big thumbs up in reviews . Must be good for the back pocket.

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Lots of clutch claims mentioned. Wonder what went wrong that was not wear and tear? I had an aygo clutch fail within manufacturers warranty - claim denied.

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Don't those policies exclude the vast majority of things that are likely to go wrong, i.e. anything that can be put down to wear and tear? I never bother taking aftermarket warranties as they just seem like a scam. Lots of people either won't bother claiming or will have claims rejected - I wonder how that factors into the reliability statistics.

Seems like if you own an RX there's definitely no point in taking one of their warranties anyway!

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Exactly. a bit odd.

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There was one in the bottom 15 that has £20k of work on a single claim - cannot believe any of their policies allow that amount.

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Also curious is how the video talks about issues with clutches, brakes.. both things that are almost always wear and tear and not going to be covered by a 3rd party warranty. I wouldn't be surprised if this whole thing is a marketing stunt aimed at getting people to buy their warranties.

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