MoT Data for Salisbury

Salisbury isn't the best place in the UK for MoT pass rates, although it's far from the worst. Most of the numbers in the common failure causes table are red, showing below average performance, but most aren't too far off the national average.

It's the same story in the manufacturer tables and year of registration tables, with more below average performers than above average. The mainstream manufacturer with the highest pass rate is Honda, with a pass rate of 73.7%. 

Most common reasons for MoT failure

Test Item Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment 13.5% 11.9% +13%
Suspension 10.8% 9.6% +13%
Brakes 8.2% 7.7% +6%
Tyres 7.7% 5.8% +33%
Visibility 6.1% 5.3% +14%
Body, chassis, structure 4.9% 4.1% +20%
Noise, emissions and leaks 4.5% 3.6% +26%
Steering 2.3% 1.9% +17%
Seat belts and supplementary restraint systems 1.7% 1.3% +31%

MoT failure rates by year of registration

Year of Registration Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
2017 264 11.0% 10.2% +7%
2016 9,182 13.0% 12.8% +1%
2015 9,917 16.3% 15.6% +4%
2014 9,622 20.3% 19.2% +5%
2013 8,910 24.4% 23.1% +6%
2012 7,988 28.7% 26.9% +7%
2011 7,859 31.6% 30.2% +5%
2010 8,197 36.9% 34.4% +7%
2009 7,942 39.3% 37.0% +6%
2008 8,264 43.4% 40.4% +8%
2007 9,010 45.8% 42.1% +9%
2006 8,021 48.6% 44.1% +10%
2005 7,099 51.2% 46.0% +11%
2004 6,321 53.3% 47.6% +12%
2003 5,236 53.6% 47.9% +12%
2002 4,225 53.6% 48.1% +11%
2001 2,861 52.7% 47.6% +11%
2000 1,848 54.0% 46.4% +16%
1999 1,188 51.9% 44.9% +16%
1998 847 47.3% 42.5% +11%
1997 616 50.3% 41.2% +22%
1996 437 46.5% 39.9% +16%
1995 324 47.2% 38.5% +23%
1994 288 44.4% 37.4% +19%
1993 231 48.5% 36.8% +32%
1992 163 37.4% 35.9% +4%
1991 206 42.2% 35.0% +21%
1990 162 46.3% 33.1% +40%
1989 127 35.4% 32.0% +11%
1988 120 41.7% 32.0% +30%
1987 77 37.7% 30.6% +23%
1986 86 38.4% 31.3% +22%
1985 73 46.6% 30.1% +55%
1984 54 38.9% 29.0% +34%
1983 62 33.9% 28.4% +19%
1981 50 42.0% 27.7% +52%
1971 88 38.6% 22.4% +72%

MoT failure rates by make

Make Tests Failure Rate National Failure Rate Relative Rate
Aston Martin 115 16.5% 12.5% +33%
Morgan 109 19.3% 16.5% +16%
Porsche 485 22.1% 16.9% +31%
Dacia 526 24.5% 23.3% +5%
Audi 7,005 28.2% 24.0% +17%
Skoda 3,584 28.6% 25.9% +10%
Hyundai 2,542 29.3% 28.0% +4%
MINI 3,572 29.8% 27.2% +9%
Lexus 282 29.8% 21.7% +37%
BMW 6,950 29.9% 25.1% +19%
Mercedes-Benz 3,984 32.4% 29.1% +12%
Kia 2,614 32.5% 29.0% +12%
Honda 5,620 32.6% 30.7% +6%
Jaguar 1,139 33.4% 28.2% +18%
Toyota 5,125 35.0% 29.3% +19%
FIAT 3,491 35.2% 33.7% +4%
Volkswagen 17,220 35.8% 31.7% +13%
Mazda 3,110 36.4% 30.4% +20%
Land Rover 6,245 36.5% 28.1% +30%
Nissan 5,964 36.8% 31.3% +18%
Suzuki 1,576 37.1% 30.5% +22%
DS 578 37.2% 32.4% +15%
MG 397 37.3% 35.0% +6%
Subaru 447 37.6% 30.0% +25%
SEAT 2,354 37.7% 31.1% +21%
Volvo 2,977 39.4% 32.6% +21%
Ford 21,857 39.5% 33.5% +18%
Isuzu 288 39.6% 42.3% −6%
Mitsubishi 1,560 41.3% 32.5% +27%
Daihatsu 145 41.4% 37.3% +11%
Jeep 274 42.0% 28.1% +49%
Citroen 4,796 43.1% 37.6% +15%
Peugeot 8,343 43.2% 37.1% +17%
Vauxhall 12,514 44.0% 36.2% +22%
Alfa Romeo 382 44.5% 34.9% +28%
Renault 5,306 45.5% 43.2% +5%
Chevrolet 344 48.3% 43.9% +10%
SAAB 630 50.2% 40.7% +23%
Rover 286 51.0% 45.4% +12%
Chrysler 139 56.8% 42.4% +34%

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