Consumer Reports released its annual Top Picks list.
Ten cars all from different segments of the market were selected based on its performance in road testing, predicted reliability, safety, and owner satisfaction.
Toyota led the way with four cars on the list while Chevrolet followed with two entries.
Ford, Subaru, Audi, and BMW are all represented on the list.
Consumer Reports recently released its annual list of the top cars on sale in the US. The venerable consumer publication picked out 10 cars — all representing different segments of the auto market — for its Top Picks list.
The segments covered include best compact car, best compact green car, best luxury compact car, best mid-size car, best large car, best compact SUV, best luxury compact SUV, best mid-size SUV, best minivan, and the best full-size pickup truck.
In order to become a Consumer Reports Top Pick, a vehicle must prove to be outstanding all-around performers — living up to the publication’s stringent road testing regime, exhibit stellar predicted reliability, safety, and consumer satisfaction.
Toyota led the way with four vehicles on the list while GM’s Chevrolet had two vehicles in the top 10. Three models, the Chevrolet Impala, Subaru Forester, and Toyota Highlander were holdovers from last year’s list.
The Impala’s return appearance can be attributed to its refined ride and premium feel. While the Forester earned praise for its practicality, efficiency, and smart packaging. The Toyota Highlander earned plaudits from the publication for its performance, fuel economy, and reliability.
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