Put the pedal to the … medal. Nonprofit Consumer Reports named its top 10 2019 picks for cars, SUVs and trucks Thursday in D.C. See the list.
“They’re not only cars that won’t cost you a lot of money, but they’re cars that’ll be a pleasure to own,” said U.S. News’ Best Cars executive editor. The rankings were released this week.
A surprisingly fun-to-drive Lamborghini took top honors on Motor Trend’s list, and it’s joined by an SUV and a Honda Civic. Check out photos of the winner and the contenders.
Find out which brands of autos take the top rankings in Consumer Reports’ 2018 Brand Report Card Rankings. At the bottom of the heap is Fiat.
The vehicles on the list had an outstanding overall score, considering their ranks in four categories: road-test performance, predicted reliability, owner satisfaction and safety.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its Top Safety Pick+ vehicles — just 15 qualify. Find out which ones.
Every vehicle on a new list of the best cars for teens comes with forward collision warning and automatic braking. Some of the vehicles come with smartphone apps that tracking driving safety. See photos.
Honda and Lexus each had three models make U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Cars for the Money list, the most of all brands represented.
See which automaker came out on top in various categories, and overall, in U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings.
In the market for a new car for a teen driver? The choices have never been safer, and U.S. News & World Report is out with its 2016 Best Cars for Teens list.
By Sean Jackson The following information is provided by Graphiq and AxleGeeks. It’s that time of the year when winter weather can make driving a challenge; this is why having a capable vehicle to handle…
WASHINGTON — It’s just like anything else: The most popular cars aren’t necessarily the best ones, and the best ones struggle to sell. The auto website Jalopnik has published their picks for The 10 Best…
When it comes to the best cars brands on the market, one brand is driving
away with the top honors for the second year in a row, according to Consumer
Reports\’ annual rankings.
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