As in every year, the German Auto Club, known as ADAC, is publishing a ranking of the most reliable cars sold on the local market last year.
The German organization with more than 17 million members and over 27 million cars, published this year results, based on the customer notifications. The study takes into account all existing models on the German market for at least three years, sold in at least 50,000 units, and at least 10,000 units sold per year.
This year, the Dacia Sandero represented well the Romanian car manufacturer in the car comparison competition, positioning itself on the seventh position in the small class. The first three places were occupied by Mini, Peugeot 207 and Mitsubishi Colt but the Romanian hatchback surpassed well known models like Volkswagen Polo, Opel Corsa and Renault Clio.
According to the German study, the problems reported by the customers of Dacia Sandero focused on battery, often discharged, and the ignition system. ADAC took into account only serious failures that lead to a malfunction of the car.