Last Day to Nominate Your Ten Best/Worst Autos of 2016

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson

You’ve nominated almost every vehicle sold in the United States for TTAC’s Ten Best and Worst Autos for 2016 — but your nominations still count.

On the line is a $100 Amazon gift card and your chance to be immortalized in Internet glory as we use your nomination reasons for content fodder.

Consider this your last call announcement. Nominate your best and worst now!

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  • Jeff S Jeff S on Apr 25, 2016

    Don't disagree with you, Yankee. I drove an new Impala LTZ for a week and was more impressed with it than I thought I would be. I didn't list any trucks because the title of the article said autos but there are a number of trucks that I have been impressed with as well. How a vehicle handles, its safety, and what its reliability is are very important. My wife has a 2013 CRV and it has been a very reliable and functional vehicle. There are cars that I did not list like the Chrysler 200 which is nice as well, and yes I have rented one of those as well. I didn't list the C-Max but after driving a fleet C-Max off and on for a couple of years I was impressed with it as well. As for Fiats they handle well but their reliability is spotty.

  • JaVeyron JaVeyron on Apr 25, 2016

    I gotta nominate the Mazda6. I never had any desire to own some boring midsize sedan until they started building the current gen 6. And it's not even fast! It's just so beautifully designed that it somehow manages to be showcar sexy yet classy and not overstyled. The interior was a little drab and the infotainment system wasn't particularly good, so they fixed exactly what needed fixing for the 2016 refresh without messing with all the good stuff. Now the only complaint (besides not getting the wagon in this country, but we only have our wagon-stigmatizing selves to thank for that) is the relative lack of power. The NA 2.5 liter 4 is apparently plenty for daily driving duties, but I'd do a backflip if/when they put the turbo from the new CX-9 into the 6. Yet even without it, the 6 is the most compelling daily-driver family car for the money.

  • TheEndlessEnigma TheEndlessEnigma on Apr 25, 2016

    Best: Ford Fiesta ST, spirited engine with go-cart handling at an excellent price point. Worst: Misubishi Mirage, I can't think of a single positive attribute of this car.....we it does have 4 wheels....after a fashion.

  • Chris from Cali Chris from Cali on Apr 25, 2016

    Did anyone suggest the Chiron?