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Best and worst 2015 cars so far – Part 2

Dear friends, welcome back on our website and let’s waste no more time and retake our discussion about the best and worst 2015 cars so far.

Last time we took a minute to discuss the best cars of the year, at least those that deserve our attention in the opinion of two sources: Kelley Blue Book and Driver Power.

This time, we were thinking we would start (again) with optimism: the most reliable cars according to KBB. Here are some… more interesting car options you are welcome to look into:

With a V8 boasting 455-horsepower, the Chevrolet Corvette is regarded as the best sports and performance car. If you want to be very Eco-friendly, you can test an electric car, like Chevrolet Volt.

Honda CR-V should be on your list, on the other hand, if you have a small SUV in mind. You go bigger with a Toyota Highlander, while the Chevrolet Tahoe leaves everyone dumbstruck with its impressive size and allure.

Those who have enough money to spend, there is always the option of a luxury SUV, like Acura MDX, which lures buyers with its LED “eyes” and heated comfy seats and high tech.

As for pickup trucks, the Ford F-150 is again winner. If family trips are your thing, you need a minivan and the Honda Odyssey is just the thing for you.

Let’s take a minute to review the losers of this year also. With some 78% reliability according to Driver Power, Land Rover Discovery is the absolute last. BMW 5 Series Mk5, the 3 Series and Ford Galaxy are also counted among the sore losers. But in the end, the choice of car for this year is up to the buyer and they and only they are to decide what’s most suitable.

We hope you have found the list useful and welcome you online anytime!

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