These are the most reliable SUVs!
Which used SUV is worthwhile? AUTO BILD shows the 15 best SUVs in five age groups from the TÜV report 2021. All information!
The Audi Q5 impresses at TÜV across different age groups.
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The TÜV Report 2021 provides help here. Every year, it evaluates the results of all main inspections and documents the technical condition of various cars. The TÜV report also provides information on strengths and weaknesses. This also shows that the Audi Q5 is represented in the top 3 in several age groups. In the chapters of lighting, brakes and oil loss in the engine and drive, the SUV does not show any weaknesses across all years. The SUV performs significantly better than the average of the vehicles everywhere. The Q5 is in the middle of the field in only one chapter: From the third main inspection, the inspectors occasionally complained about the drive shafts. The Mazda CX-3 is also a solid candidate. The small SUV’s TÜV balance sheet is almost flawless. Only the front light hails a flawless certificate. Otherwise it drivesonly top marks. Since the little brother of the CX-5 came onto the market in 2015 and is still quite young, used car buyers should plan at least a budget of 13,000 euros for a well-preserved copy.
Expensive and good too?
In order to be well prepared for buying a used car, AUTO BILD shows the best and the worst SUVs of all age groups from the TÜV Report 2021 and lists the weak points.
* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions and, if applicable, the power consumption of new cars can be found in the “Guide to Official Fuel Consumption”, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from “Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH” (www .dat.de).