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Our careful selection of the top picks in five distinct categories this year produced some very unexpected results. We didn’t expect Toyota to scoop 5 out of 10 slots, and I think it’s time we took a closer look at their slogan,’ we’re going to surpass your standards.’ However, these cars are not the most expensive, quickest, most powerful or fuel-efficient in their categories, but according to market ratings, preferences, and every business person knows all too well that the customer is always correct…
Sedan for the family – Toyota Camry
Launched as a 2007 model in 2006, it became the best-selling hybrid behind the Prius. Not that we’re talking here about hybrids, but it’s a good thing that you knew it was that powerful. The Toyota Camry is definitely the best family sedan you can get for your family, with 156 horsepower, improved torque and a superficially refined interior. Undoubtedly, the Hyundai sonata is more externally driven, but the fundamental components of the Camry are unparalleled, not to mention the new Synergy drive from Toyota. At the end of 2010, its sales may have fallen to fourth best behind the Hyundai Sonata hybrid and Ford Fusion hybrid, but the seventh generation Camry is going to catch the world by storm, and Toyota is more optimistic than ever.
Toyota RAV4/Subaru Forester Small SUV –
Your quest for a sports sedan ends here with a trendy exterior as well as internal, outrageous performance that blends blistering acceleration with agile handling and a relaxed ride synonymous with driving preferences. The G25 is less expensive but quicker but has more gas mileage. Both models come with a version with an all-wheel or rear wheel and it will not prevent sharp cornering as well as highway drags for the G37. For six years in a row, the G series has been on this list, and next year I will not only add it to this list, but also to my garage!