What are the best cars in the world?
Which cars are the most efficient?
And what is the best way to improve the fuel efficiency of your vehicle?
These are the sorts of questions that car buyers will want to answer in a new survey by the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
The institute’s new study has asked the UK’s car industry to rate the performance and reliability of cars on various aspects, such as fuel efficiency, fuel economy, engine parts availability, and overall value.
The report’s key findings include:The best cars are rated on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 being the most important.
The highest scoring car is the Audi A6 which has an estimated fuel efficiency rating of 4.3L/100km (3.3mpg).
This is an improvement on the Audi’s 2016 model year, which was rated at 4.1L/101km (2.8mpg), and the Ford Fiesta R with an estimated rating of 3.3 L/100kms (2mpg) was rated as the third-best car on the market.
The best value cars are also ranked at a higher level, with the Audi E6 and the BMW 5 Series, which come in at 1.9L/102kms and 1.7 L/101kms respectively.
The Audi A4, the Mercedes S-Class, and the Audi RS5 are rated as top-of-the-range, with each being valued at around £50,000.