Consumer Reports Reveals Its 2022 Top 10 Vehicle Picks

Consumer Reports Reveals Its 2022 Top 10 Vehicle Picks

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Consumer Reports is revealing its “Best Cars of the Year: 10 Top Picks of 2022.”

Picks are based on several categories, including reliability and performance.

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“They also have to have key safety features such as forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection standard,” said Jon Linkov with Consumer Reports.

Here is a look at the cars that made the list:

Under $25,000

–Small Car: Nissan Sentra

–Subcompact SUV: Nissan Rogue Sport

The Sentra and Rogue Sport come standard with the latest safety features. “Both vehicles have been very reliable,” Linkov said.


–Small SUV: Subaru Forester

–Midsized Sedan: Honda Accord

–Hybrid: Toyota Prius and Prius Prime

The Subaru Forester makes Consumer Reports’ list for the ninth year, and the Toyota Prius is a perennial top pick.


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–Compact Pickup Truck: Honda Ridgeline

–Two-Row SUV: Toyota RAV4 Prime

–Midsized Three-Row SUV: Kia Telluride

The KIA Telluride is a top pick for the third year in a row. It received an almost perfect score on the road test.

“It’s had high owner satisfaction according to our annual auto survey,” Linkov said.


–Luxury Midsized SUV: Lexus RX

–Electric Vehicle: Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Mustang Mach-E is half SUV, half sports car and fully electric.

“It has a range of between 270 to over 300 miles, depending on the version,” said Linkov.

The Mach-E also scores well in road tests and safety, according to Linkov.

“All that really combines into a very impressive first year electric vehicle,” he said.

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Click here for Consumer Reports’ Best Cars of the Year report

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