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Top 10 Best Cars—Part II

Continued from Top 10 Best Cars—Part I

Below are the last five of the 10 best cars that consumers, like you and I, are very pleased to own.

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#6 Corvette Convertible

No car is more instantly recognizable than the Corvette. While other cars are mimicked to the point that it is hard to tell a Ford from a Chevy, the Corvette stands alone!

Over the years, the Vette has won numerous awards, including Car and Drivers car of the year, most coveted vehicle and 15 times on the top ten lists of best cars.

Some of these models will reach well over $75,000 but there are plenty that range between $40,000 and $60,000.

Best Rated Features of the Corvette

  • Gas mileage—On certain models the Vette stands up very well. Customers have received as high as 31 mpg on the highway.

  • Safety—The Corvette has no crash test ratings for the past 7 years.

  • Longevity—There are few actual statistics on this. However Corvette lovers tend to keep their babies around for a long time. There have been reports of 20 years and longer.

  • Repairs—While the Corvette has a sexy stylish body and does not do too badly with gas mileage, the repair bills can run up very quickly.

The Chevy Corvette may miss the mark in a couple of areas, but ask any car lover about the best car they ever owned and it will be one they were proud to drive!


The last four cars on this mighty list are models with similar mileage, longevity, and safety ratings as the top two. For the sake of avoiding redundancy, the final four are:

  #7—Honda Accord

  #8—Honda Civic

  #9—Nissan Altima

#10—Ford Escape

Each of these cars is great on gasoline consumption, has a very good history for dependability, and is easy on the eyes as well.


Top 10 Best Cars Purchased—Conclusion

Choosing the best car for all driving preferences is nearly impossible. You will probably never find one car that meets all of your requirements, including gas mileage, safety, looks, low repair costs, and horsepower.

The best you can really do is to look at which of these criteria is (or are) most important to you and choose. For instance, if safety and reliability are most important, you might have to give a little on the mileage.

On the other hand, if gas mileage is the all-important criterion, you may have to give a bit of leeway on looks. It's all a matter of personal preference!

The above list of 10 best cars will give you some good reference checks for all of these criteria.

Purchase the car that best meets your lifestyle and financial needs, then proceed to take good care of it, as with proper maintenance most cars will last well over 150,000 miles.

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NOTE:The information here is not legal advice and is only presented to you so you can know your options if you purchased a lemon. As with any legal issue, you should seek the advice of a qualified attorney.


 

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