Top 10 best cars of 2016

Consumer Reports has published its Top 10 Best Cars of the Year for 2016 list, detailing the top vehicles currently in the market.

By - February 26, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Consumer Reports has published its Top 10 Best Cars of the Year for 2016 list, detailing the top vehicles currently in the market.

The list was based on tests by Consumer Reports, rating vehicles’ performance, reliability, owner satisfaction, and safety.

The cars were selected from vehicles available in the American market, and have been divided into 10 categories.

Consumer Reports’ top 10 list is reproduced below.

Top 10 cars of 2016


Best Subcompact Car: Honda Fit (Jazz)

Honda Fit


Best Compact Car: Subaru Impreza

Subaru Impreza


Best Midsized Car: Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry


Best Small SUV: Subaru Forester

Subaru Forester


Best Luxury SUV: Lexus RX

Lexus RX


Best Sports Car Under $40,000: Mazda MX-5

Mazda MX-5


Best Large Car: Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet Impala


Best Midsized SUV: Kia Sorento

Kia Sorento


Best Pickup Truck: Ford F-150

Ford F-150


Best Minivan: Toyota Sienna

Toyota Sienna


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