MoT Data for Enfield

The tables for Enfield (EN) are very green – meaning excellent pass rate performance across the board. Only Romford has a better overall pass rate then Enfield. So it’s good news for car owners in EN areas.

Across all years of manufacturer and all makes and models the pass rates are higher in Enfield, often significantly so. That’s even the case when you look at the poorer performing makers at the bottom of the table. 

The common failure items table contains only green numbers too, meaning a lower chance of failing across all the common items.

Most common reasons for MoT failure

Test Item Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment 11.2% 11.9% −6%
Suspension 5.1% 9.6% −47%
Visibility 4.6% 5.3% −14%
Tyres 4.4% 5.8% −25%
Brakes 3.8% 7.7% −50%
Body, chassis, structure 2.3% 4.1% −44%
Noise, emissions and leaks 2.2% 3.6% −39%

MoT failure rates by year of registration

Year of Registration Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
2018 248 11.7% 8.2% +43%
2017 898 10.0% 10.2% −2%
2016 13,016 10.2% 12.8% −20%
2015 12,647 13.0% 15.6% −17%
2014 12,017 15.9% 19.2% −17%
2013 11,430 18.7% 23.1% −19%
2012 10,445 21.2% 26.9% −21%
2011 9,866 23.7% 30.2% −22%
2010 10,281 26.1% 34.4% −24%
2009 10,061 28.1% 37.0% −24%
2008 10,481 30.4% 40.4% −25%
2007 10,956 30.9% 42.1% −27%
2006 9,428 31.5% 44.1% −29%
2005 8,452 33.0% 46.0% −28%
2004 7,255 33.6% 47.6% −29%
2003 6,132 33.3% 47.9% −31%
2002 4,568 33.3% 48.1% −31%
2001 3,107 33.5% 47.6% −30%
2000 2,096 32.2% 46.4% −31%
1999 1,407 29.1% 44.9% −35%
1998 936 29.4% 42.5% −31%
1997 708 28.7% 41.2% −30%
1996 428 26.4% 39.9% −34%
1995 331 20.5% 38.5% −47%
1994 271 23.6% 37.4% −37%
1993 214 28.5% 36.8% −23%
1992 145 21.4% 35.9% −40%
1991 203 22.2% 35.0% −37%
1990 173 18.5% 33.1% −44%
1989 164 22.6% 32.0% −29%
1988 114 24.6% 32.0% −23%
1987 85 21.2% 30.6% −31%
1986 60 21.7% 31.3% −31%
1985 60 16.7% 30.1% −45%
1983 56 12.5% 28.4% −56%
1971 83 10.8% 22.4% −52%

MoT failure rates by make

Make Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Bentley 430 10.9% 12.4% −12%
Abarth 149 12.1% 23.6% −49%
Porsche 979 12.8% 16.9% −24%
Isuzu 112 15.2% 42.3% −64%
Land Rover 5,145 15.5% 28.1% −45%
BMW 12,936 18.3% 25.1% −27%
MG 204 18.6% 35.0% −47%
Audi 7,375 19.6% 24.0% −18%
Kia 3,018 19.7% 29.0% −32%
Alfa Romeo 849 19.8% 34.9% −43%
Jaguar 2,144 20.1% 28.2% −29%
Dacia 373 20.1% 23.3% −14%
Subaru 238 20.2% 30.0% −33%
MINI 4,430 20.7% 27.2% −24%
Lexus 981 20.7% 21.7% −5%
Honda 7,187 22.1% 30.7% −28%
Mitsubishi 1,254 22.2% 32.5% −31%
Jeep 446 22.6% 28.1% −19%
Nissan 11,506 22.6% 31.3% −28%
Mercedes-Benz 7,834 23.3% 29.1% −20%
Daihatsu 123 23.6% 37.3% −37%
SEAT 1,609 23.8% 31.1% −24%
DS 340 24.1% 32.4% −25%
Toyota 11,886 24.2% 29.3% −17%
Hyundai 2,521 24.4% 28.0% −13%
Skoda 1,515 24.6% 25.9% −5%
FIAT 4,518 26.0% 33.7% −23%
Volvo 1,619 26.1% 32.6% −20%
Ford 29,567 26.3% 33.5% −21%
Mazda 1,747 26.7% 30.4% −12%
Suzuki 1,191 26.8% 30.5% −12%
Volkswagen 14,874 27.0% 31.7% −15%
Vauxhall 18,492 29.0% 36.2% −20%
Renault 6,686 30.6% 43.2% −29%
smart 400 30.8% 31.6% −3%
Chevrolet 506 31.0% 43.9% −29%
Chrysler 254 31.5% 42.4% −26%
Citroen 4,240 31.6% 37.6% −16%
Peugeot 6,314 31.6% 37.1% −15%
SAAB 550 31.6% 40.7% −22%
Rover 277 32.5% 45.4% −28%
LTI 1,383 40.4% 40.0% +1%

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