By on October 17, 2018

Howdy, folks — consider this a handy reminder to vote for your Best and Worst cars of 2018. See here for all the details, and click HERE to vote.

Voting closes Monday, so you still have a few days left to get cracking. The response rate is a little low so far, so if you want your voice to be heard, speak up!

A few of you have mentioned that the survey doesn’t allow you to pick vehicles if you have fewer than 10 in mind in either category. If you want to nominate fewer than 10 vehicles in a category, put N/A for the ones you skip.

I may also cull some nominations from the comments, if the comment is structured to match the survey. I won’t bend the rules in such a way for the final voting.

So get in there, get heard, and VOTE. Unlike the ballot casting Americans will do next month, you don’t even need to leave your house.

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5 Comments on “Housekeeping: Don’t Forget to Vote for Best/Worst Car of 2018...”


  • avatar
    thegamper

    Best: Volvo V60/S60

    Worst: Nissan Kicks

    Not actually sure when the on sale date is for either of these. Think the Volvos have already been selling in Europe, not sure if Kicks has hit dealers yet. To be honest, nothing really, really bad comes to mind right off the bat. Im sure some of you can remind me.

  • avatar
    incautious

    best: drove a S550 coupe, that was really nice.

    worst: Tesla 3. Come on it’s built in a tent.

  • avatar
    Fred

    If there were a car better than the 2014 TSX Sportwagon that I drive now, I’d buy it.

  • avatar

    For clarification, is this for ALL cars available for the 2018 year or all cars that were new for the 2018 model year?

  • avatar
    ect

    Is there any pretense at a requirement that a person must have actually driven the car(s) they nominate? If so, could that be spelled out?

    If not, what merit does any nomination have?

    And while I’m at it, I get a little sick and tired of the “B&B” sobriquet. It’s (shall we say) almost certain to be untrue, and more than a little kitschy.

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