UBER favourite, the Toyota Prius, has been named as British drivers’ favourite car.
Independent car reviewer Honest John ranked it number one in its annual Satisfaction Index survey.
The 2016-onward models scored an almost perfect 94.8 per cent rating based on customer satisfaction and reliability.
Meanwhile, the less popular SsangYong was crowned the most satisfying car brand in the UK, with over 10,000 motorists included in the survey.
The Korean manufacturer scored 90.3 per cent – rated ahead of Porsche, Dacia, Jaguar and Lexus.
Car owners loved SsangYong’s reliable and practical cars – such as the Rexton and Tivoli – that are “easy to use and comfortable”, according to Daniel Powell, Honest John’s Managing Editor.
Vauxhall Astra (2009-15) owners, on the other hand, are disgruntled by the car’s lack of power and poor fuel economy – that can be described as misleading compared to the manufacturer’s official figures.
The survey noted that the Astra under-delivers on its advertised running costs by as much as 25mpg (miles per gallon).
Fiat was also the worst performing car brand out of the 36 manufacturers included in the Index.
Vauxhall closely followed the Italian makers of the popular 500 city car.
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Car insurers were also ranked, with NFU Mutual being named the best – scoring 9.2 out of 10.
It was followed by cover from John Lewis, Santander and Liverpool Victoria.
Elephant, 1st Central and Zurich were the worst out of 34 listed car insurance providers.