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The MoT Files: The 10 manufacturers with the lowest pass rate

According to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) these are the 10 carmakers that are most-likely to fail the annual MoT. Dig into the data and you’ll see that some of these carmakers have long since died, but their cars are still on the road and in huge numbers.  

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Daewoo – 44.5% pass rate

Daewoo Motors hasn’t produced a car for the UK market since 2004, but there are still 30,000 left on the road. As you might expect, the condition of these are rather poor. In fact, the 44.5 per cent pass rate is the lowest of any mainstream manufacturer in the UK and roughly one quarter of all Daewoos will fail the MoT due to lighting and electrical problems, while suspension and braking problems are also common.  

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