6. Skoda Kamiq (2019 – present)
Reliability Rating 97.4%
Only 25% of the Kamiqs that went wrong were fixed in less than a day, while a further 25% were in a repair shop for more than a week. Luckily, though, Skoda covered the costs of all 12% of the reported faults that occurred, most of which were surrounding non-engine electrics.
5. Hyundai Kona (2017 – present)
Reliability Rating 98.4%
Hyundai covered the expense of 12% of Konas that were reported as faulty, with the issues predominantly to do with engine, engine electrics and air-con. Impressively, 67% of the vehicles were still driveable and were fixed in under a day.
4. Audi Q2 (2016 – present)
Reliability Rating 98.7%
Only 7% of Q2 owners reported a fault, and all of those were fixed for free. The faults typically surrounded a hiccup with non-engine electrics, but thankfully around 67% of cars could still be driven and were fixed in one day to one week.
3. Citroen C3 Aircross (2017 – present)
Reliability Rating 98.9%
A mere 6% of C3 drivers experienced a fault, mainly involving the exhaust. Even better, the cost of all faults was covered by Citroen and all cars were fixed in less than a week.
=1. Honda HR-V (2015 – present)
Reliability Rating 100%
The Honda HR-V comes in first place as the most reliable small SUV, with a 100% reliability rating and an exceptional zero faults.
=1. Mazda CX-3 (2016 – present)