Japanese cars are most reliable, but when you have money to maintain in perfect condition any of the german cars can be reliable aswell. They have very reliable engines and gearboxes, it's just that there is too much electronics in the german cars, that's what fucks them up in the long run
Volvo and Saab best and safest car brands B)))))))
my 1997 corsa with lpg is an absolute monster
wouldnt trade it for anything
optically i think Audi is best.
But i like skoda aswell, because its affordable. I really like the sportline editions, especially the superb sportline.
my dad has Ocatvia since 2006 and it is still driving without problems
this car has almost 600k mileage and it had only one major engine repair
gotta be Audi's from 80-00's era. They do not rust, Volvo as well i guess?
If really it's gonna be a lot different opinion, speccialy from everyone different experience. Personally for me Audi is favorite brand, not say its best :) My audi 21 years old still everything working perfect, also bought new 6 years old which working great. But if someone buy other Audi and its broke u gonna say its shit brand. Same story with any other brand, one driving same brand 10+ years and say its great, other broke after half a year and u say its crap :D
Dodge muscle cars (Never saw one IRL)
If you wanna see 20+ year old german cars go to Poland and other eastern european countries
What are you talking about literally 70% of the cars in my country are 20, 30+ years old Audis, BMW and VWs. Peugeot is for grandmas.
LADA DA BEST
Lada 1600 / year 1973
Its 2020 and still without problems.
Renaut Kangoo is undying car, my father was driving it from 2001 and i continued drive that car this year, of course it has some problems with transmission, but it's still one of my favourite cars ever
Well my father has fords only since early 90s, he had:
5x Ford Escort (dont really remember generations)
2x Ford Focus (MK1, MK2)
Ford Kuga (MK1)
2x Ford Mondeo (MK4, MK5 <--- also current car)
Also my mom had another focus MK2 and Ford KA
Currently i'm driving Mondeo mk3 that i've bought for about 600$ last year.
And honestly nothing really happened in those cars, the most expensive thing was probably timing belt replacement, but you know, that's something you need to do.
Not gonna lie, those older fords had a rust problem, but that's not a mechanical thing, so i guess it doesnt count here.
Mercedes / my grandfather had one since 1994 E200 till 2 years ago and had no problem. Only once had issue with electronics
PEUGEOT LMAO, I gotta say AUDI on this one
change my mind!
Kamaz for offroad or Dacia Sandero for roads. Tata Nano great in city
People who drives Audi are the ones who loves to fix their cars often. Peugeot is very good car but they also has VG based thp engines some models and yeah made by BMW. Uttershit engines thank god peugeot ended that collaboration.
When u drive with 2.0 diesel gonna be hell long journey.
Definitely not Peugeot or any French car
If you're talking about Peugeots handling 20 years, talk about Opel. My dad has an Opel from 1996 and still working
I own a Peugeot 306 Cabriolet 1994 and it's the funniest car to drive. Strong and firm.
idk man my parents audi has been fine for the last 26 years
tbh the best all around brand is Toyota . Personally not a fan of the brand but you have to admit , this shit never breaks