I don't normally take a lot of stock in these kind of warranty surveys (so take it with a grain of salt) but I found this one interesting.
It's report from WarrantyWise - a 3rd party extended warranty provider for cars out of factory warranty with a 10 best and 10 worst list for family hatchbacks and I was somewhat surprised to see... the Nissan Leaf as coming in first place on the list of least warranty claims on extended warranties...(hence posting it in this EV thread)
I probably shouldn't be that surprised because aside from the elephant in the room of battery degradation due to lack of active thermal management, the Leaf is otherwise considered to be a very reliable car, (and this was a factor in me choosing one, albeit being careful to choose one with a known-good battery) but it's interesting to see actual statistics that seem to support that.
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/car ... -cars.html
It was also the only EV on the 10 best or 10 worst list for that matter, so either there aren't enough other EV's enrolled with Warrantywise to get useful stats or they fall somewhere in the middle of the reliability scale and therefore don't make either the best or worst lists.
Not surprisingly (for those of us who love our Citroen's but acknowledge their weaknesses) Citroen didn't fare very well...
It's also interesting that gearbox/clutch issues in general were one of the most frequently reported reasons for claims. Internal combustion engines have got pretty reliable these days to the point where ever more complex gearboxes are starting to become the weak point in many cars!