best cars 2015

best cars 2015

Best Cars 2015

It came as no surprise that two minivans — the 2015 Honda Odyssey and the 2015 Toyota Sienna — made the family car final cut. The 2015 Nissan Pathfinder and new 2015 Toyota Highlander midsize SUVs also appear on our list of finalists. The Honda CR-V was joined by the new Subaru Outback on our list of small SUVs, and all three midsize sedan candidates — the 2015 Honda Accord, 2015 Hyundai Sonata, and 2015 Toyota Camry — made the cut. The 2015 Chevrolet Impala full-size sedan makes its second appearance, too. In the realm of small cars, both the 2015 Honda Civic and surprisingly flexible 2015 Kia Soul won out. On the other end of the size spectrum, both the 2015 Ram 1500 and new 2015 Ford F-150 full-size trucks we tested were deemed worthy of family duty. Finally, the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe made the list.
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Best Cars 2015

Audi Every year, Consumer Reports and its team of expert evaluators test and scrutinize virtually every car sold in the United States. Of those cars, a select few stand above the rest and join the vaunted group of vehicles known as Consumer Reports’ Top Picks. To become a Top Pick, a car must excel at the publication’s track tests, offer average or better reliability, and perform effectively in government or industry crash tests. For 2015, Consumer Reports has selected 10 cars ranging from an environmentally friendly hybrid to a family minivan. Of the 10 cars selected, six come from Japanese manufacturers, three come from American firms, and one hails from Germany. So here they are, Consumer Reports’ Top Picks of 2015. Here are Consumer Reports’ best cars and SUVs of 2015 » View As: One Page Slides Here are Consumer Reports’ best cars and SUVs of 2015 »
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Best Cars 2015

New car sales are currently booming, and strong demand has pushed the average new car transaction price to the highest it’s ever been. Buying a cheap car might save you money at the dealership, but if it has an uncomfortable interior, outdated tech features and poor performance, you’ll be disappointed each mile you drive. You might also face higher repair and other ownership costs, and end up paying more overall. The Best Cars for the Money awards cover 21 different automotive categories, so it’s easy to find a great car that’s also a great value and works for your lifestyle. If you’re in the market for a new car, truck or SUV, the 2015 Best Cars for the Money award winners make excellent choices. See photos of the 2015 Best Cars for the Money and also check out the U.S. News Best Car Rankings for a complete list of the best cars on the market. If you want a great deal on a new car, check out our Best Price Program.
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Best Cars 2015

12 best-in-class cars for 2015 1 of 13 When it comes time to buy a new car or truck, there is no shortage of information to help educate you about the vast number of vehicle choices available to you. Here’s one place to look: The folks at auto information site Kelley Blue Book analyzed and evaluated 2015 model-year cars to determine the best buys of the year. Of more than 300 new car models, its experts narrowed the field to 49 cars before choosing the final Best Buy Award winners in 12 categories. Here are the winners. Look up auto loan rates at Bankrate.com Previous Next 1 of 13
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Best Cars 2015

At the 327-acre Consumer Reports test track, we subject every vehicle we buy to a battery of more than 50 rigorous instrumented tests and other evaluations. Our expert assessment then continues for thousands of miles on the open road, where staff members will drive for months to ensure that our experiences match those of the consumer. By the time we’ve finished living with our cars, we have an excellent sense of which will stand up to years of screeched tires, scorched brakes, and spilled juice boxes. Some vehicles prove popular among the staff even after we’re done testing, and some languish. Among this past year’s new releases, below are the vehicles that earned our praise, and our scorn—the best and worst cars of 2015. Click on the model names below to read the complete road tests. Also, see the road tests for the disappointing Chevrolet Trax and Jeep Renegade. Share your own review If you drive one of the cars featured here, tell us and other readers about it in the comments below.
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Best Cars 2015

U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Cars for the Money It’s easy to find a car that’s inexpensive, so long as you’re willing to make some compromises on the performance, features, and comfort you want. It’s also easy to find a car that has everything you’re looking for, so long as you’re willing to pay for it. Finding a car that’s in the sweet spot – a car that gives you good value over the long term and the quality you want – is the holy grail of car shopping. That’s where the Best Car for the Money awards come in. The awards cover 20 different automotive classes, and the winners have the best combination of quality and value in their classes. These are cars, trucks, and SUVs that are right in that sweet spot: cars that treat you as well as they treat your budget.
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Best Cars 2015

The Best Cars for the Money awards cover 21 different automotive categories, so it’s easy to find a great car that’s also a great value and works for your lifestyle. If you’re in the market for a new car, truck or SUV, the 2015 Best Cars for the Money award winners make excellent choices.
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Best Cars 2015

The final field included three minivans, four compact SUVs, four midsize SUVs, two full-size SUVs, two full-size sedans, and three midsize sedans, the kinds of vehicles that usually come to mind when thinking about family cars. However, this year we also included cars from other categories. First were two full-size pickup trucks, unconventional choices to be sure, but roomy, comfortable, and with seemingly endless cargo space, they were definitely worthy of consideration. On the other end of the spectrum were three compact cars, often the first choice of anybody on a budget.
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Best Midsize Car for the Money: 2017 Hyundai Sonata Even if the Hyundai Sonata didn’t have one of the lowest starting prices in the class, the Best Midsize Car for the Money would still be an excellent value, thanks to its long list of standard features and excellent fuel economy. The Sonata not only has lots of standards for the money, but it also has good long-term ownership costs. Its large passenger cabin and trunk also make it more practical than other midsize cars. Click the following link to find out more about why the 2017 Hyundai Sonata won the Best Midsize Car for the Money award. You can also see the complete list of Best Car for the Money winners on one page. Read the 2017 Hyundai Sonata Full Review See 2017 Hyundai Sonata Photos See Midsize Cars Rankings
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By the time we’ve finished living with our cars, we have an excellent sense of which will stand up to years of screeched tires, scorched brakes, and spilled juice boxes. Some vehicles prove popular among the staff even after we’re done testing, and some languish. Among this past year’s new releases, below are the vehicles that earned our praise, and our scorn—the best and worst cars of 2015. Click on the model names below to read the complete road tests.
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For 2015, Consumer Reports has selected 10 cars ranging from an environmentally friendly hybrid to a family minivan. Of the 10 cars selected, six come from Japanese manufacturers, three come from American firms, and one hails from Germany.
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Many are driven, but few are chosen: Presenting our 2015 Editors’ Choice awards—these are the vehicles we’d recommend to savvy buyers shopping in every category. Our editors consider these vehicles to be the best cars, pickup trucks, crossovers, and SUVs for 2015.
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That’s where the Best Car for the Money awards come in. The awards cover 20 different automotive classes, and the winners have the best combination of quality and value in their classes. These are cars, trucks, and SUVs that are right in that sweet spot: cars that treat you as well as they treat your budget.
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The Fiat 124 Spider has a below-average starting price for a sports car. However, while other base-model sports cars are stripped-down models with few creature comforts, the 124 Spider has an interior fitted with excellent materials. Sports cars are an emotional purchase, but given that the 124 Spider is the Best Sports Car for the Money, it’ll be a smart buy.
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Best Subcompact Car for the Money: 2017 Honda Fit The Best Subcompact Car for the Money is the Honda Fit, and it’s easy to see why. The Fit’s interior is cavernous for a subcompact, with flexible seating and cargo arrangements. It also gets good safety scores for the class, and excellent fuel economy. While its price is higher than come competitors’, its ownership costs are lower, making it a good choice for long-term value and practicality. Click the following link to find out more about why the 2017 Honda Fit won the Best Subcompact Car for the Money award. You can also see the complete list of Best Car for the Money winners on one page. Read the 2017 Honda Fit Full Review See 2017 Honda Fit Photos See Subcompact Cars Rankings

Published on Jun 1, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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