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.
Ford Focus 42.4% pass rate
When it was unveiled in 1998, the Ford Focus revolutionised the face of family transport. From the way it looked to the way it drove, everything about it was brilliant. Needless to say, it was a huge sales success and makes an excellent used car proposition today - as long as you get one that's well looked after. With a pass rate of 42.4 per cent, there are plenty of lemons out there so do your homework before you buy.