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Best/worst for reliability
The BMW X3 took first place, with owners finding the SUVÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s engine and gearbox as sturdy as a rhinoceros bouncer. The Porsche (the 911) was placing just 48th and the Audi TT can only muster a best placing of 63r.
Seven of our ten most reliable cars hailing from Japan. Three Hondas - the Jazz (3rd), S2000 (7th) and CR-V (8th), join the Toyota MR2 (2nd), Lexus RX3000, Suzuki Ignis (5th) and the Mazda 3 (10th) in the upper echelons of the customer satisfaction league.
Eight out of the ten least reliable cars come from across the Channel, with the Peugeot 807 propping up the table: two further Peugeots (the 307 and 407), a pair of Citroens (C3 and C8) and a trio of Renaults (the Megane, Espace and Scenic). The Range Rover and Ford S-MAX are on the same list.
Best/worst for build quality
Sixteen of the 25 worst-built cars in the survey are the spawn of the unholy Peugeot-Citroen-Renault triumvurate, and itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s no surprise to find the Peugeot 807 propping up the list again.
On the best-built cars the Honda S2000 tops the list, with slightly obsessed owners revelling in the tactile Ã¢â‚¬â„¢feelÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ of the mechanical components and, perhaps a touch worringly, the pleasant smell of their roadster.
The S2000 edges a brace of Lexuses - the RX300 (3rd) and IS200/300 (5th) - the Toyota Landcruiser (7th) and Honda Jazz (6th).
The top ten also finds room for a pair of Audis - the A2 (4th) and old TT (8th) - and the Porsche 911 (10th), while SkodaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Superb achieves an, erm, superb finish in ninth place.