Land Rover has been named worst for long-term reliability and affordability for the second year in a row, according to a recent poll.
The Solihull-based four-wheel drive specialist came 26th out of 26 manufacturers, while its models were in the bottom ten of 111 models tested.
The results came from tests conducted by What Car? magazine in association with Warranty Direct, involving 38,000 vehicles with an average age of 4.9 years.
Ford-owned sister company Jaguar came 15th in the league of marques. The X-Type come seventh for reliability, but the XK8 sports car was in the bottom ten.
Land Rover spokesman Mark Foster said the vehicles tested did not reflect the quality of vehicles currently being produced.
Mr Foster said: "The vehicles tested were more than four years old.
"In the past four years Land Rover has replaced or significantly upgraded all of the vehicles in its range."
He added that since then the company was also in the final phases of a 'road map' process at its Solihull factory to transform competitiveness and quality to world class standards. "We know we have a long way to go but we are making significant progress on all fronts," Mr Foster added.
As well as the Jaguar X-Type, other UK-made cars making the top ten were the Nissan Micra (5th) and the Mini (8th).
In the table of manufacturers Honda was found to be the most reliable and affordable marque, followed by Lexus, Mini, Nissan and Toyota.
What Car? named the Honda Accord 1999-2003 as most reliable motor, with the Honda Civic 96-01second.