Skoda has outscored all rivals to top Britain’s 2015 Vehicle Dependability Study.
Using owner data to generate an overall dependability score for each brand, Skoda’s score of 77 was the lowest and best in the survey, which analysed data from all new cars built. The average score was 114. The UK consumer organisation Which? has also named Skoda as a firm favourite with owners. Its 2015–2016 Car Guide named the Superb and the Yeti as the most satisfying cars to own in the estate and SUV classes, achieving owner satisfaction ratings of 96 per cent and 93 per cent respectively.
Skoda has won numerous industry and media awards for customer satisfaction and has been in the JD Power top ten for more than 20 years in a row. The brand has also been named Best Manufacturer in the Auto Express driver satisfaction survey three times in the past four years.
The Skoda Yeti, one of the marque’s models that Britons rate tops for reliability and satisfaction.