Vehicles produced in the U.K. are the most unreliable, says a survey of U.K. drivers by a British auto magazine. Of 100 vehicles surveyed for reliability, the bottom 20 were British, French or Italian makes. The Land Rover Freelander, Rover Mini and Rover 800 sedan ranked dead last in the survey for reliability. Japanese models accounted for 18 of the top 20 vehicles. The Toyota RAV-4 was voted most reliable. Survey respondents did however give British vehicles, along with French and ...

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