The Kia Picanto has been judged Britain’s most reliable new car according to Which? magazine.

Which? Car has just published its annual reliability survey – the result of reports from Which? members – and Kia’s oldest car, introduced in 2004, topped the list for reliability amongst cars up to three years old and was one of the Top Five in the four to eight years old category as well.

Achieving a reliability score of 98.1 per cent, the Kia Picanto beat off established rivals from Japanese and European brands to take this real-life reliability accolade.

Peter Vicary-Smith, Chief Executive, Which?, said; “You don’t expect a new car to go wrong – but our rigorous research shows there’s a big difference between the best and worst. Some small cars, particularly Korean and Japanese superminis, run like clockwork. Whereas some bigger cars, which you might expect to be more robust, aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.”

Kia Motors Ireland have sold nearly 300 Picanto models this year 40% of these sales coming from the Scrappage Scheme .” This survey comes as no surprise to us “commented Managing Director ,James Brooks . “ We always knew that the Picanto was a reliable and dependable car and with the introduction of our Seven Year Warranty we have seen an increase of 57% in Picanto sales as customer priorities turn to both quality and affordability “

The Kia Picanto is available from €9,955 (€8,455 on the Government Scrappage Scheme)

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