MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Car : Porsche

Porsche

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
602100%n/a
3564889.58%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
356A4100%n/a
356B6100%n/a
356C2100%n/a
7181100%n/a
91147,49586.63%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
911 Turbo15889.87%Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.
911S1369.23%Anti-lock braking system warning device shows system malfunction.
911T1283.33%Registration plate lamp missing or inoperative.
9125785.96%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
9142475%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
9181100%n/a
92479768.38%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
92887176%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
9442,57271.38%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
959475%Anti-lock braking system warning device shows system malfunction.
96855883.15%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
9931392.31%Electrical wiring insecure.
9971894.44%Tyre tread depth not in accordance with requirements.
1600 super1100%n/a
Boxster32,64481.27%Emissions lambda coefficient outwith limits.
Carrera64980.74%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Carrera GT25089.6%Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.
Cayenne24,76882.97%Tyre with a lump, bulge or tear.
Cayman12,97288.76%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
GT3 RS4100%n/a
Macan17,92692.18%Tyre with a cut in excess of the requirements.
Panamera5,95387.65%Tyre with a lump, bulge or tear.
Speedster2070%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.

Tests: 147,843

Average Porsche pass rate: 85.28%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major11%
2Tyre with a lump, bulge or tear.5.2.3(d)(ii)Dangerous9%
3Tyre tread depth not in accordance with requirements.5.2.3(e)Dangerous8%
4Position lamp missing or inoperative.4.2.1(a)(ii)Major8%
5Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.3.5(a)Major7%
6Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.3.4(b)(ii)Major7%
7Emissions lambda coefficient outwith limits.8.2.1.2(c)Major7%
8Tyre with a cut in excess of the requirements.5.2.3(d)(i)Major6%
9Suspension spring broken or seriously weakened.5.3.1(b)(i)Major6%
10Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.1.1.11(c)Major6%
Tests date range:
3rd July 2020 to 2nd July 2021

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