For Lexus, it’s a third year running at the top, having headed the tables in 2017 and 2018, while the CT 200h strengthens its position as the nation’s most dependable luxury car, having also achieved a 100 per cent score in the 2017 survey.
Reliability is one of the key factors behind the rapid growth in popularity of Lexus hybrids, together with the technology’s fundamental fuel economy and low emissions, smooth and refined performance and competitive ownership costs. Hybrid electric models currently account for more than 99 per cent of Lexus new vehicle sales in the UK.
Paul Van der Burgh, President and Managing Director of Lexus in the UK, said: “We are committed to delivering the highest levels of quality, durability and reliability in every car we make, so it is very rewarding to see how this is reflected in the day-to-day ownership experiences of our customers. The What Car? survey confirms that our self-charging hybrid electric technology is robust and can be relied upon to do the job, mile after mile.”