MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Car : Proton

Proton

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
132766.67%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
156960.87%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Compact4173.17%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Coupe250%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
GE1100%n/a
Gen-21,35351.15%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
GL3100%n/a
GLS475%Parking brake efficiency below minimum requirement.
Impian25455.12%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
Jumbuck72054.03%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Persona29959.2%Parking brake efficiency below minimum requirement.
Satria15759.24%Parking brake efficiency below minimum requirement.
Satria-neo18252.2%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
Savvy1,37651.38%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
SE3100%n/a
SL366.67%Direction indicator lamp missing or inoperative.
Wira14654.79%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.

Tests: 4,640

Average Proton pass rate: 53.36%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major14%
2Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.3.4(b)(ii)Major12%
3Parking brake efficiency below minimum requirement.1.4.2(a)(i)Major11%
4Position lamp missing or inoperative.4.2.1(a)(ii)Major11%
5Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.5.3.6(a)(i)Major9%
6Exhaust system leaking or insecure.6.1.2(a)Major8%
7Engine MIL inoperative or indicating a malfunction.8.2.1.2(h)Major8%
8Binding brake.1.2.1(f)Major8%
9Tyre with a lump, bulge or tear.5.2.3(d)(ii)Dangerous8%
10Stop lamp missing or inoperative.4.3.1(a)(ii)Major7%

Tests date range: 3rd April 2020 to 2nd April 2021


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