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The 10 toughest cars from the 2000s

The 10 toughest cars from the 2000s

Cars built in the noughties are a treasure-trove for bargain hunters, with thousands of hatchbacks and saloons available for less than the price of a typical family holiday. But what should you buy?

That's where HonestJohn.co.uk comes in: we’ve analysed DVLA numbers to find the 10 toughest cars from the 2000s. That means we’ve examined numbers of cars on the road to see which models have survived and which haven't. This list celebrates the cars that have endured the elements (and some poor drivers) to motor on today. 

 
Top 10 British-built cars

Top 10: British-built cars

Some people may look back on the 1960s and '70s as the golden era for British car manufacturing, the fact is that British-built cars still dominate our roads today. We list the best new cars that are built right here in Britain.

Rise of British built cars

The return of British built cars

Despite the popular belief that the UK is no longer a big car-making nation, the fact is that one in four cars on our roads is built in Britain. So, what's behind our love for a British made car? The answer is simple - foreign investment.

 
Good Garage Guide

Need help keeping your car on the road? 

Browse the Good Garage Guide by region to find a trustworthy mechanic in your local area. You can search the best Good Garage by region, which means you can shop around to find the highest rated business in your area.

Find the highest rated garages in your local area:  

London
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South-East
South-West
Midlands
North-East
Yorkshire
North-West
Wales
Scotland
 

 
10 easy tips to passing your next MoT

10 easy tips to passing your next MoT

The MoT covers a wide range of aspects including lighting, tyres and emissions. Even if you're not mechanically minded, there are a number of easy checks to help you pass first time. 

Is it worth paying more for an extended warranty?

Is it worth paying extra for an extended warranty?

What should you do when your car's manufacturer's warranty runs out? One option is to do nothing and cover the costs out of your own pocket. Alternative, you could buy an extended warranty...

 
Do you know a garage worth shouting about?

Rate your local garage

Have you received outstanding service or value for money from a local garage? We want to hear about it in the form of a Good Garage review.

What are London's best garages?

What are the best-rated garages in London? 

London is home to thousands of garages, but only a handful qualify for a five star Good Garage rating. We've listed 10 of London's very best garages, based on reader recomendations. 

 
Age of extinction: The UK’s fastest disappearing cars

Age of extinction: The UK’s fastest disappearing cars

The scrappage scheme certainly took its toll on huge numbers of ageing cars – but there are still some vehicles that are rapidly vanishing from UK roads despite the scheme being over. We’ve crunched the data from our updated How Many Exist section to find out which cars are disappearing the fastest from UK roads.

 
 

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