The MoT Files: Bottom 10 Cars from the 1990s
While a newly-passed driver might dream of putting something sporty and shiny on their drive, the reality is very different. Unless their sitting on chair made from fifty-pound notes, most of us have to opt for something cheap and cheerful to get mobile.
That means looking at cars of a certain age - mainly the 1990s. But what should buy if you're looking at cars of this era? Which aren't going to cost you a fortune when the MoT time comes? Here we list the 10 worst performers from cars registered in the 1990s.
Citroen Saxo 41.3% pass rate
Once beloved of boy racers everywhere, the feisty little Citroen Saxo has fallen on hard times. Where once you saw them on every street sporting an array of ill-judged modifications, they're now an endangered species. Presumably this is thanks to the suspension failures they experience (a fail point for 37 per cent of Saxo - 51 per cent worse than other cars).