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 10.2% 11.9% −14%
Suspension 4.5% 9.6% −53%
Brakes 4.4% 7.7% −43%
Visibility 4.4% 5.3% −17%
Tyres 4.4% 5.8% −24%
Body, chassis, structure 2.3% 4.1% −44%
Noise, emissions and leaks 2.2% 3.6% −38%

MoT failure rates by year of registration

Year of Registration Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
2019 347 7.8% 6.9% +12%
2018 1,031 9.5% 9.6% −1%
2017 13,989 13.1% 10.0% +30%
2016 14,203 13.8% 14.9% −8%
2015 13,573 16.8% 18.1% −7%
2014 12,555 19.6% 21.5% −9%
2013 11,862 20.9% 25.3% −17%
2012 10,790 22.6% 28.7% −21%
2011 10,247 24.8% 31.8% −22%
2010 10,577 26.9% 35.5% −24%
2009 10,447 28.9% 37.8% −24%
2008 10,398 31.1% 40.6% −23%
2007 11,285 32.4% 41.9% −23%
2006 9,579 33.8% 43.7% −23%
2005 8,535 35.0% 45.0% −22%
2004 7,085 34.4% 46.2% −25%
2003 5,550 35.5% 46.1% −23%
2002 4,333 34.8% 46.2% −25%
2001 3,078 33.8% 45.3% −25%
2000 1,916 33.8% 43.9% −23%
1999 1,324 34.3% 42.3% −19%
1998 875 32.2% 40.1% −20%
1997 625 33.0% 38.6% −15%
1996 410 27.8% 37.6% −26%
1995 336 26.5% 36.0% −26%
1994 220 24.5% 35.1% −30%
1993 171 28.7% 35.3% −19%
1992 137 24.8% 34.3% −28%
1991 150 29.3% 33.9% −13%
1990 159 23.9% 32.2% −26%
1989 141 28.4% 31.3% −9%
1988 77 26.0% 30.7% −15%
1987 55 20.0% 30.6% −35%
1986 50 26.0% 29.8% −13%
1971 58 8.6% 20.2% −57%

MoT failure rates by make

Make Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Bentley 102 2.9% 10.6% −72%
Porsche 645 14.1% 14.8% −5%
Lexus 3,272 14.9% 19.2% −22%
Dacia 487 16.2% 24.0% −32%
Skoda 2,925 18.6% 23.8% −22%
Audi 9,457 18.9% 22.0% −14%
Land Rover 4,361 19.3% 25.6% −25%
Jeep 372 20.2% 25.9% −22%
Jaguar 2,121 20.2% 25.0% −19%
BMW 13,489 21.3% 23.1% −8%
MG 192 22.9% 30.9% −26%
Mitsubishi 1,494 23.4% 30.4% −23%
Toyota 16,881 23.4% 27.8% −16%
MINI 4,699 23.5% 25.8% −9%
DS 282 23.8% 33.8% −30%
Volvo 2,984 24.0% 29.8% −20%
Mazda 3,001 24.1% 28.6% −16%
Honda 8,754 24.5% 28.9% −15%
Hyundai 3,993 25.0% 26.4% −6%
Subaru 425 25.2% 28.7% −12%
SEAT 1,797 25.4% 28.0% −9%
FIAT 3,582 26.1% 32.0% −18%
Mercedes-Benz 9,219 26.1% 26.2% −0%
SAAB 443 26.2% 39.3% −33%
Suzuki 1,393 26.5% 28.2% −6%
Alfa Romeo 407 26.5% 33.1% −20%
Nissan 12,631 27.1% 29.1% −7%
Volkswagen 18,943 27.2% 29.4% −7%
Ford 24,130 27.8% 31.6% −12%
Peugeot 8,162 28.2% 34.8% −19%
Daihatsu 231 28.6% 36.7% −22%
LTI 320 28.8% 37.2% −23%
smart 227 29.1% 31.3% −7%
Vauxhall 18,289 29.3% 34.0% −14%
Renault 7,048 30.2% 39.6% −24%
Rover 231 30.7% 43.1% −29%
Citroen 4,112 31.1% 35.4% −12%
Kia 3,890 31.4% 27.0% +16%
Chevrolet 821 34.8% 45.0% −23%
Chrysler 267 35.6% 41.2% −14%

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