Driver Power is the UK’s number one car customer satisfaction survey and in 2017 some big changes are afoot that will make it bigger and better than ever.
The 2017 Driver Power survey is open now, giving you the change to tell us what you think of your car, car manufacturer, car dealer, car insurance company or car breakdown cover provider. The new Driver Power survey will use your data to direct you to the relevant parts of the survey, so the whole process is quicker than ever before and yet the results will be even more accurate and revealing.
Driver Power 2017 is your chance to give fellow motorists the benefit of your experience. Tell us the good and bad points about your car and the service you’ve received from your dealer. Driver Power will collate the results and deliver its verdict on the cars and companies that deliver the best and worst customer experiences in the UK today.
In the 2016 Driver Power survey car owners across the UK told us what they loved and hated about their cars. The results give the best insight anywhere into what car owners actually think of the cars they drive every day, helping fellow motorists choose their next vehicles and giving car makers a crucial heads-up on where they’re going wrong.
We analysed the data and compiled the results to give the definitive verdict on which cars are the UK’s best to buy, own and run. We had a host of new entries in Driver Power 2016 as well as some shock fallers and deserving climbers. How does your car fare? What wins overall? It’s all in our 2016 Driver Power results – and it’s all voted for by you.
• Most reliable cars 2016
After nearly 50,000 people had their say in the 2016 survey, the car with the highest overall rating was the Tesla Model S. With top scores in the running costs, performance, handling, ride quality, ease of driving, practicality and car tech categories, it clearly set itself apart from rivals and takes this year’s crown with an amazing 97.46% score.
But what if you’re not looking for a new all-electric executive car? Have a look at our page covering 2016’s best cars to own to see the full breakdown of the 2016 Driver Power results across all the categories and model types. You really shouldn’t buy a new car without it.