ADAC Reliability Survey reveals its results

ADAC Reliability Survey reveals its results

What really matters when it comes to a car is the safety feeling it brings. Once that doesn't exist anymore, well it's time to change it. The 2010 ADAC Reliability Survey results were the ones expected by the European car owners.
If the automakers try to make you believe that perfect reliability really exist, well then it's a known fact that the companies are different from one another, some are better. Now, what to buy and what not to buy?
The car that came in first in its class is the Toyota Aygo and second, and this is a surprise, the Fiat 500. This one is followed by Peugeot 107 on the third place.
The X3 crossover, 1-Series and MINI also came in first in their segment. The BMW Company actually had a car placed on the first or first two places in each segment. Before the BMW 5-Serie and the A6, Mercedes and Audi did a great job.
The survey actually is based on complaints received during the year from car owners. But to be called a reliability survey there are some conditions. The model has to be on sale in Germany for at least three years and the company needs to have more than 10,000 units sold in at least one of those years and the last condition refers to the total units sold and the number has to pass 50,000 units.
If all these information is in order there shouldn't be any problems with the results.