Warranty firm lists average repair costs for UK’s biggest selling car brands
BMWs top the list of the most expensive cars to repair, analysis of the UK’s top 10 best-selling manufacturers shows.
The data by warranty firm, Warrantywise puts the average cost of repair for a BMW in the last two years at £1,282.
The average repair cost takes into account all claims received for models made from each manufacturer in 2021 and 2022.
The second the most expensive to repair is Audi, with average repairs costing £1,164, followed by Mercedes at £992.
Top 10 average repair costs for UK’s biggest selling car brands
- BMW: £1,282
- Audi: £1,164
- Mercedes: £992
- Nissan: £991
- Ford: £960
- Volkswagen: £892
- Toyota: £828
- Hyundai: £806
- Vauxhall: £706
- Kia: £646