The MoT Files: Top 10 Cars from the 2000s
It's hardly a surprise to see cars that were launched in the later part of the 2000s performing well in this list of MoT performers. But some of the models may surprise you with only two cars from Japanese makes. It's a good indication of how these models will perform in years to come so for used buyers it can be a good gauge of durability.
Porsche Cayman 86% pass rate
While enthusiasts might be convinced that the 911 is still the only 'true' Porsche, the fact is that the smaller (and cheaper) Cayman is the better car. Thanks to its mid-engined layout it's perfectly balance and is easier to drive than a 911. At the top of the range is the stripped out Cayman R which comes without a stereo or air conditioning.