Help MSN Cars and Driver Power to find Britain's best - and worst - new carsTue, 25 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
We're on a quest to find Britain's best new cars to buy and own - and we need your help.
MSN Cars has teamed up with the Driver Power survey, Britain's biggest report of its type. It speaks to real motorists to find out what they think of their cars. To discover which makes and models of cars break down and which are as reliable as clockwork.Click here to take part in Driver Power 2014.
Driver Power 2014 is the UK's biggest car reliability survey of its type
The survey, organised annually by Auto Express magazine, draws more than 40,000 responses and we want as many MSN Cars readers as possible to take part in 2014.
The more respondents, the better the quality of the findings. We'll be closely tracking the survey results this year and will jointly announce the winners - and losers - in detail, to help you find a better car next time you're shopping.
Driver Power gives detailed feedback on everything from a car's performance and handling to its running costs and how well dealers perform. It's based on the toughest test in the business: the real world and real people - giving unique insight into which brands and models are doing best to keep the great British motorist happy.
It only takes around five minutes to complete the questionnaire and your data will not be handed on to third parties. You can even enter yourself into a prize draw to win £2,000 worth of goodies to say thank you for completing the survey.
But more importantly, by taking part in Driver Power 2014, you will be helping us to name and shame Britain's best and worst new cars. Please take part today.Click here to take part in Driver Power 2014.
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By Tim Pollard, managing editor, MSN Cars