The MoT Files: The top 10 performing fleet cars
According to data from the Department for Transport’s National Travel Survey, a company car will cover around 19,400 miles a year, with most approach the 60,000 barrier by the time the first MoT test is due.
However, with the recession still fresh in the minds of fleet managers, more and more firms are keeping their cars for longer, which makes MoT performance an all important factor when it comes to choosing which cars make it to those fleet lists. We've crunched the data in the MoT Files to find the top 10 performing fleet cars. What’s more, we have also contrasted the numbers with the SMMT’s data 2010 fleet registrations to get an in-depth view of how the UK's big selling cars perform when it comes to the first MoT.
Vauxhall Insignia 81% pass rate
The Vauxhall Insignia was the UK’s seventh best-selling company car in 2010, with 28,483 registrations. According to the MoT files, Vauxhall Insignias registered in 2010 scored an 81 per cent pass rate, with high ratings for exhaust, fuel and emissions. Vauxhall’s big saloon also scored high MoT pass rates for steering system, suspension and electrical equipment.