the organization Consumer Reports published the list of the best cars for sale in the United States in 2020. The non-profit organization chose ten cars for its annual "Top Picks" selection, each representing different segments of the automotive market. To be included on the Consumer Reports list, a vehicle must perform in all areas: it must comply with a battery of tests carried out on the road by the organization, demonstrate reliability and security without flaws and benefit from good customer satisfaction.
Toyota set the tone this year with four vehicles featured in the selection, followed by Subaru who elected her two. Audi, BMW, Ford, and Hyundai all show up in the determination. The prices of the 10 vehicles on the list range from just under $18,000 to just over $68,000.
Here is Consumer Reports selection of the best vehicles for 2020, and it awards:
1. The Audi A4 — The compact luxury:
Trial model price: $48,890.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The A4 is a perfectly satisfying sports sedan with precise handling, state-of-the-art technology, and an undeniable character," said Consumer Reports.
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2. The BMW X5 — The Luxury SUV:
Trial price: $68,730.
Why it’s in the rankings: "Re-designed for 2019, the mid-sized X5 is one of the best SUVs Consumer Reports has ever tested," says the organization. It's difficult to make an SUV both agreeable and amusing to drive, yet BMW has discovered the ideal parity here."
3. The Ford F-150 — The Full-Size Pickup:
Trial model price: $52,535.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The F-150 remains the king of Pickup Mountain, despite the fierce competition of the recently redesigned Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500 and Ram 1500," said Consumer Reports.
4. Hyundai Kona — The Compact SUV:
Trial model price: $25,025.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The Kona is news of a growing category of subcompact SUVs. It has an attractive exterior and an attractive interior,' says the organization. Despite its compact proportions, the Kona’s intelligent design creates a bit of versatility with its large tailgate and folding rear seats."
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5. Subaru Ascent — Intermediate SUV:
Trial model price: $43,867.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The three-row Ascent made its debut at the top of the midsize SUV class thanks to a smooth power transmission, a smooth ride and a functional interior," says Consumer Reports."It’s powered by a supercharged four-cylinder engine, energetic in daily traffic, with plenty of power available."
6. The Subaru Forester: the compact SUV:
Trial model price: $29,341.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The Forester is a versatile and pragmatic vehicle that has a wide appeal," said Consumer Reports.
CR included: "The 2019 upgrade doesn't look a lot of like its ancestor, yet the Forester is currently stronger and calmer with a superior inside feel." "It has moderate obstruction, yet utilizes more fuel than it gauges."
7. The Toyota Avalon Hybrid — The Wide Car:
Trial model price: $38,643.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The new version of Avalon is a smart, value-oriented alternative to luxury sedans like the Acura TLX and Lexus ES," said CR.
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8. Toyota Camry Hybrid — The Midsize Car:
Trial model price: $28,949.
Why it is in the rankings: "The Camry Hybrid is a super-efficient car that reaches 19 km/l in total in CR tests, and its hybrid-electric powertrain does not compromise the driving experience," says Consumer Reports.
9. Toyota Prius — Hybrid/Electric:
Price of the test car: 27,323 dollars.
Why it is in the rankings: "The Prius is back on our list for the 16th time, it’s a record," said Consumer Reports. "This pioneering hybrid has long been a model of efficiency, with the current model reaching a total of 22 km/l and 25 km/l on the highway in Consumer Reports tests."
10. The Toyota Yaris iA — The Subcompact:
Trial price: $17,570.
Why it’s in the rankings: "The Yaris sedan offers an impressive level of quality and a joyful driving experience at an affordable price," said Consumer Reports.