ConsumerReports released their 10 top cars of 2016 on the market in America across 10 popular categories. They based their results on performance, reliability, safety, and owner satisfaction. Check them out.
Best Subcompact Car: Honda Fit
Why it`s on the list: The Subaru Impreza is back on Consumer Reports` Top Picks list once again. So what did the publication like about the sedan?
Well, what didn`t they like about the Impreza: Consumer Reports praised the Subaru for its ride, handling, interior space, intuitive controls, safety tech, great crash-test results, its all-wheel-drive system, and the cargo-hauling ability of its hatchback variant.
"The solid Camry delivers year after year of outstanding reliability, which when combined with impressive crash-tests results, make it a near-perfect sedan," Consumer Reports wrote.
Consumer Reports praised the Lexus for its "quiet and comfortable cabin, effortless power delivery, a smooth ride, and a tastefully done interior fit and finish."
Why it`s on the list: The Mazda MX-5 Miata is the best-selling roadster of all-time. While all four generations of the Miata have been fantastic, the current version is particularly well received by Consumer Reports.
"The MX-5 Miata combines lithe, precise handling with a crisp manual stick and a zoomy enginethat gets an enviable 34 mpgto create the perfect car for the enthusiast driver and weekend racer," the publication wrote.
"The Impala is dynamic and comfortable, combining a cushy ride with responsive handling, beating some elite luxury sedans at their own game," Consumer Reports wrote.
"The Sorento is a great SUV hiding in plain sight. It offers class-above elegance at mainstream prices," Consumer Reports wrote.
Why it`s on the list: Consumer Reports praised the Ford F-150 for its lighter-weight aluminum construction and the resulting uptick in fuel economy and improved off-the-line performance.
Furthermore, the publication was impressed by the Ford`s roomy and quiet cabin as well as the new Ford Sync3 infotainment system. In addition, Consumer Reports says that the F-150 has the best predicted reliability of any domestic truck.
Why it`s on the list: The Toyota Sienna has been one of the leaders in the minivan segment since it debuted in 1998. The publication was impressed by the Toyota`s multifunctional interior, "magic carpet" ride, energetic powertrain, and room for eight.
"The Sienna is super-reliable transport with all of the modern features an active, connected family would want," Consumer Reports wrote.