MoT Data for Croydon

Croydon is very near to the top of the table for MoT pass rates. Looking at the three tables below shows mostly green numbers, which indicates above average performance regardless of manufacturer and year of registration. 

It's all green in the table for common failure items, too - cars tested in CR postcodes tended to fail less often on all of the common items. Lexus, Porsche and Toyota are top of the table for pass rates, while Rover, Chrysler and Daewoo are at the bottom.  

Most common reasons for MoT failure

Test Item Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment 12.2% 11.9% +3%
Suspension 4.9% 9.6% −48%
Brakes 4.7% 7.7% −39%
Visibility 4.6% 5.3% −13%
Tyres 4.5% 5.8% −22%
Body, chassis, structure 2.5% 4.1% −38%
Noise, emissions and leaks 2.5% 3.6% −29%
Steering 1.0% 1.9% −47%

MoT failure rates by year of registration

Year of Registration Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
2018 421 6.9% 8.2% −16%
2017 1,096 8.9% 10.2% −13%
2016 15,179 12.6% 12.8% −2%
2015 14,590 14.7% 15.6% −6%
2014 13,700 17.7% 19.2% −8%
2013 13,133 19.8% 23.1% −14%
2012 11,976 21.9% 26.9% −19%
2011 11,270 24.5% 30.2% −19%
2010 11,778 27.1% 34.4% −21%
2009 11,605 29.1% 37.0% −21%
2008 11,923 31.5% 40.4% −22%
2007 13,312 31.9% 42.1% −24%
2006 11,657 34.2% 44.1% −23%
2005 10,712 35.1% 46.0% −24%
2004 9,076 35.6% 47.6% −25%
2003 7,337 37.2% 47.9% −22%
2002 5,864 37.5% 48.1% −22%
2001 4,213 36.2% 47.6% −24%
2000 2,732 35.3% 46.4% −24%
1999 1,870 33.4% 44.9% −26%
1998 1,237 32.3% 42.5% −24%
1997 869 31.3% 41.2% −24%
1996 552 33.2% 39.9% −17%
1995 428 24.8% 38.5% −36%
1994 323 25.7% 37.4% −31%
1993 253 29.6% 36.8% −20%
1992 174 27.6% 35.9% −23%
1991 187 24.1% 35.0% −31%
1990 195 27.2% 33.1% −18%
1989 162 25.3% 32.0% −21%
1988 105 28.6% 32.0% −11%
1987 77 33.8% 30.6% +10%
1986 59 27.1% 31.3% −13%
1985 51 25.5% 30.1% −15%
1983 51 21.6% 28.4% −24%
1971 68 7.4% 22.4% −67%

MoT failure rates by make

Make Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Bentley 125 8.0% 12.4% −35%
Porsche 712 14.5% 16.9% −14%
Lexus 3,358 16.3% 21.7% −25%
Dacia 395 18.7% 23.3% −20%
Audi 9,868 19.7% 24.0% −18%
Land Rover 4,439 20.3% 28.1% −28%
Jeep 489 21.3% 28.1% −24%
Jaguar 2,168 21.6% 28.2% −23%
LTI 402 21.9% 40.0% −45%
Skoda 3,045 21.9% 25.9% −15%
BMW 14,563 22.6% 25.1% −10%
MG 240 22.9% 35.0% −35%
MINI 4,735 23.5% 27.2% −14%
Toyota 18,051 23.9% 29.3% −19%
DS 259 23.9% 32.4% −26%
smart 294 24.1% 31.6% −24%
Alfa Romeo 489 24.3% 34.9% −30%
Subaru 473 24.9% 30.0% −17%
Mitsubishi 1,542 26.0% 32.5% −20%
Volvo 3,142 26.1% 32.6% −20%
SEAT 1,890 26.6% 31.1% −15%
Honda 9,538 26.7% 30.7% −13%
FIAT 4,014 26.7% 33.7% −21%
Mazda 3,094 26.8% 30.4% −12%
Mercedes-Benz 10,102 27.4% 29.1% −6%
Volkswagen 20,991 28.1% 31.7% −11%
Hyundai 3,397 28.1% 28.0% +0%
Suzuki 1,443 28.4% 30.5% −7%
Nissan 12,624 29.2% 31.3% −7%
Ford 25,877 29.6% 33.5% −12%
Peugeot 9,088 29.7% 37.1% −20%
Vauxhall 20,064 31.0% 36.2% −14%
Daihatsu 283 31.1% 37.3% −17%
Chrysler 404 31.2% 42.4% −26%
Citroen 4,395 31.4% 37.6% −17%
Kia 3,557 31.7% 29.0% +9%
SAAB 577 32.8% 40.7% −19%
Renault 7,541 33.0% 43.2% −23%
Chevrolet 932 35.8% 43.9% −18%
Rover 335 36.4% 45.4% −20%
Daewoo 123 37.4% 55.6% −33%
Dodge 103 38.8% 43.8% −11%

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