Choosing between hundreds of cars to select the top 10 is not so easy since many factors must be taken into consideration. Some of those are pricing, how many passengers can fit in the vehicle and the most important one, getting from A to B with no problem and enjoyable. Like with almost everything else, the more money you spend on something, the better quality and performance you get, and this relates to cars as well. Someone who can spend big money on a car can purchase the best one out there and here are the best 10 cars of 2016 divided into four categories: Supercars and Muscle Cars, Compact Cars and Sedans, Electric vehicles and Compact Crossover.
Only very rich customers may be able to afford to shop in the Supercars section because these vehicles are quite expensive. If you want to buy the Bugatti Chiron, it will cost you $2.6 million, but you will be getting the fastest supercar that can go 260 mph or 420 km/h max. All of that comes along with 1,500 horsepower which is a whopping 300 hp improvement from the outgoing Bugatti flagship.
For those of you who love the power of muscle cars, many vehicles can be found. One of the best is the Ford Mustang GT Fastback that has a 5.0-liter V8 engine and is quite affordable with a starting price of $32,920. Priced at $80,445, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 has a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 and is also in the top among sports cars.
The 2016 Mazda 3 is perfect for you if you are that kind of people who do not travel a lot and mostly use their vehicle for shorter distances. The starting price of this model is $18,680 which makes the Mazda 3 less expensive than Honda Civic that has a retail price of $19,475.
If you fancy a small classy car, the BMW 2-series is the way to go. This vehicle has a $33,845 price tag and if you want to buy the Mercedes-Benz CLA-class that will cost you $32,975.
When it comes to the fastest accelerating electric vehicle that is least harmful for the environment, the Tesla Model X takes the first place. Not only can it go from standstill to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds, but it can also go 289 miles before being plugged-in. For $74,000, you can own the Model X 60D right now. The Chevrolet Bolt EV costs less ($37,495) and has a 190-mile driving range.
If you like compact crossovers and full-size SUVs, check out the Honda CR-V that is priced at $24,745. The base car has an 184 hp 2.4-liter engine that is capable of returning EPA tested fuel efficiency of 27 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. The other option is a 190 hp 1.5-liter turbo four. The standard version comes with FWD.
If you have saved up some money, choose carefully because the chances are that you cannot afford to own all of these amazing cars.