Like we seem to believe that there is a car for everyone, there is a publication for everyone.
Although not everyone agrees that Consumer Reports is a good enthusiast publication, it does have its merits for the right audience.
Now as Consumer Reports publishes its Top Picks, which is limited to 10 choices, it even admits some good cars will get left out; however, do they ought to be.
For example, do you think the Nissan Altima deserves the "W" over the Hyundai Sonata?
Or how about the Toyota Rav4 toppling the Subaru Forester?
Take a look at five good cars that Consumer Reports even admits are close calls.
**Click "Read Article" to see the five cars
Limiting our annual Top Picks to only 10 cars inevitably means that some great cars get left behind. We always encourage readers to look at our full Ratings—not only the top-scoring car—and pick a high-scoring model that best suits their needs, wants, and budget.
So, if you look just beyond the 2011 Top Picks, what might you find? A lot of excellent cars...
[Source: Consumer Reports]
2011 Geneva Motor Show Photo Gallery
Lamborghini Showcase Photo Gallery
Audi Lightweight Tech Showcase Photo Gallery
2011 Geneva Motor Show Preview Photo Gallery
2012 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe Photo Gallery