The Which? Car Survey is the biggest survey of car reliability and owner satisfaction in the UK, with feedback on more than 57,000 cars last year.
And we want to know about even more cars this year. Fill in the Which? Car Survey 2014 and you will be entered into a prize draw to win £2,500, the equivalent of free fuel for a year*.
Which? Car Survey 2014 video
Which? Car Survey 2014
The Which? Car Survey is your chance to tell us about the car you own.
Last year, 47,572 people filled in the survey, telling us about a total of 57,182 cars they own. That makes the Which? Car Survey the biggest car reliability survey in the UK.
This collection of data means we can tell you more accurately than anyone else which cars are the most and least reliable, how much they could cost you in repairs each year and what the most common faults are.
And, unlike any other reliability survey, the results feed directly into our car reviews. If a car has a poor reliability track record, it can’t be a Best Buy.
The survey takes just 15 minutes to complete and covers reliability, customer satisfaction, car servicing, car sales and breakdown assistance. Filling it in will automatically enter you into our free prize draw to win £2,500 – enough to cover your fuel costs for a whole year*.
Which? Car Survey: the numbers
To give you an idea of how much data we collect in the survey, here are some headline results from last year:
- The cars in our survey covered a total 452,474,080 miles in the last year – that’s about 18,200 times around the world, or 947 return trips to the moon and back.
- The car with the highest repair costs for previous 12 months was the Land Rover Discovery 3 (2004-2009) at £478.
- The car with the lowest customer score rating last year was the Renault Megane Sport Tourer (2003-2009).
You can find out about more of the results from last year’s Which? Car Survey by clicking on one of the links below.
*The prize is free fuel for a year based on 12,000 miles (average annual mileage in the UK), 30mpg and the petrol price of 135.14p per litre (based on average petrol price from 15 November 2012 to 17 November 2013 provided by PetrolPrices.com). This works out at £2,457.44, but we will round-up to £2,500.