MoT Data for Liverpool

Liverpool scores an average overall MoT pass rate compared to the rest of the UK. Lexus, Porsche and Triumph make up the three manufacturers with the highest pass rates, but only 103 Triumph models were tested.

The rest of the tables have a mixture of green and red numbers, showing a fairly average performance regardless of the age of the car tested or its make and model.

Most common reasons for MoT failure

Test Item Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment 12.3% 11.9% +3%
Suspension 8.2% 9.6% −14%
Brakes 6.8% 7.7% −12%
Tyres 6.0% 5.8% +3%
Visibility 5.3% 5.3% −1%
Body, chassis, structure 3.5% 4.1% −15%
Noise, emissions and leaks 3.1% 3.6% −14%
Steering 1.6% 1.9% −15%
Seat belts and supplementary restraint systems 1.1% 1.3% −16%

MoT failure rates by year of registration

Year of Registration Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
2019 103 0.0% 3.1% −100%
2018 192 4.7% 8.2% −43%
2017 1,242 11.8% 10.2% +16%
2016 29,048 13.5% 12.8% +5%
2015 27,594 16.0% 15.6% +3%
2014 25,025 20.0% 19.2% +4%
2013 22,537 23.5% 23.1% +2%
2012 18,919 28.0% 26.9% +4%
2011 17,669 30.2% 30.2% −0%
2010 18,174 33.9% 34.4% −1%
2009 17,823 36.9% 37.0% −0%
2008 17,712 39.2% 40.4% −3%
2007 18,743 40.3% 42.1% −4%
2006 15,439 42.0% 44.1% −5%
2005 13,099 43.0% 46.0% −7%
2004 10,565 45.1% 47.6% −5%
2003 8,274 44.7% 47.9% −7%
2002 5,850 43.8% 48.1% −9%
2001 3,775 44.8% 47.6% −6%
2000 2,183 43.5% 46.4% −6%
1999 1,427 39.9% 44.9% −11%
1998 912 39.9% 42.5% −6%
1997 671 38.3% 41.2% −7%
1996 435 40.7% 39.9% +2%
1995 358 31.6% 38.5% −18%
1994 262 31.7% 37.4% −15%
1993 196 31.1% 36.8% −15%
1992 157 33.1% 35.9% −8%
1991 174 32.8% 35.0% −6%
1990 168 24.4% 33.1% −26%
1989 142 35.9% 32.0% +12%
1988 85 28.2% 32.0% −12%
1987 65 26.2% 30.6% −14%
1986 53 13.2% 31.3% −58%
1971 52 21.2% 22.4% −6%

MoT failure rates by make

Make Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Porsche 576 15.8% 16.9% −6%
Bentley 125 16.0% 12.4% +29%
Lexus 1,732 18.6% 21.7% −14%
Dacia 1,310 20.2% 23.3% −13%
Audi 11,922 21.3% 24.0% −11%
Land Rover 5,562 21.8% 28.1% −22%
Skoda 5,497 22.0% 25.9% −15%
BMW 15,016 23.4% 25.1% −6%
Jeep 408 23.5% 28.1% −16%
Jaguar 3,378 24.5% 28.2% −13%
MINI 4,989 26.3% 27.2% −3%
Subaru 247 26.7% 30.0% −11%
Kia 5,360 26.8% 29.0% −8%
Hyundai 6,450 27.4% 28.0% −2%
SEAT 3,058 27.4% 31.1% −12%
Isuzu 251 28.3% 42.3% −33%
Toyota 10,513 28.4% 29.3% −3%
Mercedes-Benz 8,876 28.5% 29.1% −2%
Volkswagen 21,063 28.7% 31.7% −9%
Mazda 4,188 28.9% 30.4% −5%
DS 936 29.9% 32.4% −8%
Nissan 16,982 31.1% 31.3% −1%
Honda 6,172 31.4% 30.7% +2%
Mitsubishi 1,755 31.5% 32.5% −3%
Volvo 4,097 31.5% 32.6% −3%
Ford 75,695 32.4% 33.5% −3%
FIAT 8,050 33.0% 33.7% −2%
Suzuki 2,267 33.2% 30.5% +9%
LTI 1,184 33.6% 40.0% −16%
Peugeot 14,338 33.7% 37.1% −9%
Vauxhall 41,582 34.0% 36.2% −6%
MG 295 34.6% 35.0% −1%
Alfa Romeo 537 35.0% 34.9% +0%
SAAB 895 36.5% 40.7% −10%
Citroen 10,619 38.0% 37.6% +1%
Renault 12,866 38.7% 43.2% −10%
Daihatsu 164 40.2% 37.3% +8%
Chrysler 338 40.5% 42.4% −4%
Rover 466 42.5% 45.4% −6%
Chevrolet 1,174 42.8% 43.9% −3%
Daewoo 121 45.5% 55.6% −18%

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