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Ten Best/Worst Automobiles Today

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7 Comments on “Send us Your 2016 Ten Best/Worst Vehicle Nominations!...”


  • avatar
    GeneralMalaise

    Best: Ford Mustang Convertible w/ecoboost 4… Did everything so well, very engaging… must admit caveat of driving this as a rental over on Maui, including Road to Hana. Only downside was that it sounded like a ’71 Pinto unless you were on the accelerator some.

    Worst: Ford Fiesta ST… 4 doors!?!? Like my other Fords, would probably begin disintegrating at around 100k miles. And an interior that looks like it was created by the set designer for Rodan vs Mothra. 2016 Abarth was much more engaging and fun!

    Haven’t had any other experience with 2016s, good or bad.

  • avatar
    theonlydt

    I submitted my ten and ten.

    I almost put the Mazda 5 in the top ten worst – despite owning one and being very happy. Instead I’ll sit here seething at Mazda and publicly placing it at number 11.

    Launched in 2005, lightly revised in 2011, no longer for sale in the US – but on sale in Canada as a 2016. No engine upgrades since 2011, or transmission since 2008/2011 (auto/manual). That they’re not offering $10k cash off each 2016 they try and sell an unfortunate is disgusting.

    Unfortunately this will be its last year and then it’ll be gone. No more appropriately sized minivans with sliding doors. Fickle North Americans killed it off. I hate all of you.

    Ford – bring the Grand C-Max now! Like that promise you broke before. Remember?

    • 0 avatar
      Compaq Deskpro

      I sat in one at the auto show, it was too small for normal 4 adult sedan use, impractical for a family needing a minivan. I can only see it as a more practical alternative to a Mazda 3, but not a size class above it.

      • 0 avatar
        theonlydt

        I’m very surprised by that – mine fits 4 adults very comfortably. If you compare front and rear legroom, hip/shoulder room and headroom the Mazda5 beats out a huge number of cars (including most mid-size SUVs) for those two rows. The third row is small. With the third row down the trunk’s big, third row up it’s very small.

        I have used it for 4 adults and my two toddlers – but generally it’s either two adults and two toddlers, or four adults. Sliding doors a massive bonus with babies and toddlers.

        Waiting on the Grand C-Max, Ford…

  • avatar

    BEST: 2016 DODGE CHARGER SRT HELLCAT

    WORST: Acura NSX 20whatever

  • avatar

    Best: new 718 boxster. Porsche’s sub top got prettier, more economical and better performance. Worst: Alfa Giulia for being way too late and overhyped.

  • avatar
    ponchoman49

    4 FCA vehicles on my worst list- Journey, Patriot, 200 and Fiat 500 series for poor reliability, rubbish transmissions, indifferent interior workmanship, visibility issues, performance and other problems


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