The Best Cars on iSeeCars
There are a lot of things to consider when you’re buying a car. Performance matters, but so does reliability and resale value. Whether you’re looking for a family vehicle or a work-related hauler, the best cars will last for thousands of miles and offer the most occupant protection. iSeeCars’ quality score combines these factors into one number, which helps you find the vehicles that will get you where you need to go with minimal stress and expense. These are the vehicles that have the highest overall quality score among all new and used models.
For those who want a sports car that’s also a practical daily driver, this brash Italian import delivers with eye-catching style and an intoxicating powertrain. Highs: Rocket-ship acceleration, racy looks, eye-catching rear-wheel steering. Lows: Uninspired cabin design, gummy ride, limited cargo space.
It’s not the cheapest sedan on our list, but it’s a solid choice for buyers who prioritize comfort and convenience over raw speed. Toyota’s signature reliability ensures that it’ll run for hundreds of thousands of miles with very little maintenance or fuss. Highs: Quiet, comfortable, and well-appointed interior. Rear-seat room is a bit cramped, but the V-6 provides plenty of power for commuting and errand running.
Despite the fact that it’s a two-door coupe, this sporty car feels more like a 3-series sedan than anything else. That’s a good thing, considering that the GR Supra is priced to compete with European exotics while offering better fuel economy and practicality. Highs: How a sports car should feel, great handling on serpentine roads. Lows: Tight back seat, dated infotainment system.
This SUV is the definition of a “family-friendly” vehicle. It offers plenty of cargo and passenger space, a capable all-wheel drive system, and enough standard features to earn it our top recommendation. However, it’s not the most fun to drive or aesthetically pleasing, and the Honda Pilot’s off-road prowess is lacking.
The latest Corvette Z06 is the king of affordable supercars. It offers a thrilling driving experience at a price that’s a fraction of what you’d pay for a Ferrari or McLaren. The only drawbacks are that it guzzles gas and the information display can be hard to read on sunny days.
The redesigned Passport is more spacious and refined than its predecessor, but it doesn’t sacrifice the Honda family’s trademark reputation for reliability or practicality. It’s a solid choice for families with active lifestyles. Highs: Plenty of cargo space, well-appointed interior. Lows: Confusing infotainment system, mediocre fuel economy, bland styling.