Consumer Reports is out with its top pick cars for 2014.
To find the best of the best, Consumer Reports tested more than 260 cars, drove hundreds of thousands of miles, and put them through over 50 tests.
It's not easy to be named a consumer reports' top pick.
… Braking …
… And handling …
… Are just a fraction of the tests each car must ace. And each car has to be reliable and safe.
Safety is determined using government and industry crash-test results. And reliability ratings come from you.
"Our annual reliability survey gives us data for over a million vehicles. We won't even consider a vehicle for a top pick unless it has at least average reliability."
This year's top pickup truck is the Ram 1500. The new redesign makes this powerful truck feel like a luxury vehicle.
The Subaru Forester is top pick for small SUV. It has the best fuel economy in its class, easy to use controls, and a very roomy back seat.
If you need more room, the Hyundai Santa Fe is the top pick midsized SUV.
"The redesigned Hyundai Santa Fe brought even more room and comfort to an already competitive vehicle."
The Honda Accord four-cylinder is the top pick midsized Sedan.
Reasonably priced at about 23-thousand dollars, it's really nice to drive and gets 30 miles per gallon overall.
And this year's top pick of the top picks - the best car overall is the Electric Tesla Model S. It handles beautifully, is loaded with the latest electronic innovations, and it gets the equivalent of 84 miles per gallon.
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