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One great car—or clunker—doesn’t define a whole brand. Neither does its reputation (good or bad) relieve you of the need to examine a vehicle carefully. But our long-standing and comprehensive analysis of car brands reveals that you can glean important information by knowing a brand’s output over time. To determine which car brands consistently deliver vehicles that serve consumers well, we tabulate the overall score, road-test score, and predicted reliability results for each tested model of a brand. We then average those scores at the brand level. This average overall score is used to rank the car brands as an indicator of who makes the best cars. Topping our Ratings are the luxury brand Audi and mainstream marque Subaru. Only vehicles that are on the market and that we tested factor into the equation. The rankings don’t account for corporate practices or brand perceptions. Hence, Audi and Volkswagen diesel vehicles that have been pulled from dealerships—following their recall and stop-sale last year for cheating on EPA emissions tests—are not included in our car brands scoring. Consumer Reports strongly believes that Volkswagen AG, the maker of VW and Audi vehicles, should be held accountable for manipulating emissions testing with its vehicles. In creating the car brands Report Card, we aggregate road-test performance, reliability, safety performance and active safety aids, and owner satisfaction. Brands with a lineup of mature, incrementally updated vehicles tended to rise to the top. For instance, Toyota’s middling road-test score was balanced by strong reliability; Mercedes-Benz’s strong road tests were offset by below par reliability. And Honda, Nissan, and Chrysler suffered due to problematic new transmissions. Note that car brands must have at least two models with test and reliability data to be included. Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, Maserati, Ram, Smart, and Tesla lack sufficient data. (Download a PDF of this car-brand information.)
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Consistency is key. Consumer Reports’ annual analysis reveals that some brands exhibit high-level performance across their lines. Many others do not. In our 2017 analysis of which car brands make the best vehicles, Audi takes the top position for the second year in a row, followed by Porsche, BMW, Lexus, and Subaru. Although these are the same top five as last year, Porsche and BMW rose, and Lexus and Subaru moved down. This year Chrysler, Acura, Infiniti, and Cadillac were the most upwardly mobile. Chrysler rose seven places, and the other three brands each moved up six places compared with last year. Some of the standout brands benefit from a tiny roster. Tesla, the highest-ranked American brand, earns its position based on just two models. Likewise, Chrysler has one of the higher average road-test scores, but that’s also based on just two models: the 300 and Pacifica (low Overall Scores keep both from being recommended). Fiat, Jeep, Mitsubishi, and Land Rover remain stubbornly stuck at the bottom of the list. To arrive at the rankings, we averaged the Overall Scores for new cars from every major automotive brand based on the vehicles we have purchased and tested, then we ranked them. Brands with just one tested model were omitted.
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1 BMW Love the new BMW X1 in brown color (as it can be seen on webpage). Many people think it’s too expensive but for such a great car the price is OK. BMW is best in class-Luxury car manufacturer in the world. It stick to its motto of “the ultimate driving machine” and it will continue to deliver its goods to driving enthusiasts around the world. I am in the process to purchase my first, and hope to become a BMW loyalist for life. Yes BMW is the purest brand of all the bunch. Most of them are not real brands and are affected by belonging to a larger dominating source (VW) (GM) These sub-brands are a mixture of parts, mixed and then called a name. BMW and Mercedes and Toyota are truly original to their product. Cool V 271 Comments
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To determine which car brands consistently deliver vehicles that serve consumers well, we tabulate the overall score, road-test score, and predicted reliability results for each tested model of a brand. We then average those scores at the brand level. This average overall score is used to rank the car brands as an indicator of who makes the best cars. Topping our Ratings are the luxury brand Audi and mainstream marque Subaru. Only vehicles that are on the market and that we tested factor into the equation. The rankings don’t account for corporate practices or brand perceptions.
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The JD Power Vehicle Dependability Survey gives as strong a clue as any as to how reliable a car might be. The results of the 2016 survey, which asked 13,000 car owners about any problems they’d experienced with their vehicles, focused on cars registered between 2013 and 2015. There are some surprise movers in 2016’s survey with luxury car manufacturers not doing so well, but more mainstream brands heading the pack. New 2017 JD Power Vehicle Dependability data will be available soon, but for now this is the most up-to-date information we have. Here’s how the top 20 shaped up.
This is a compilation of an all car brands list of names and logos for all car companies worldwide. In this list, you will find the most popular automakers, other active auto manufacturers and the non active makes by each country. For now, we are just providing you with a list of of all car companies names, but we will be adding the logos, and detailed information on each automobile manufacturer soon.
4 Lamborghini People always say that Ferrari is perhaps the greatest car maker in the world. I’d like to ask them have they heard of a company called-LAMBORGHINI. If you have then you wouldn’t say that Ferrari is the best. Lamborghini cars looks awesome. There Design is very aerodynamic and the engine sound is really nice. To me, Lamborghini is the best auto makers in the world. An amazing car brand! I would call it prodigious, marvelous, stunning. No words for it! Love its sound! Its addictive! Its doors amazingly opens upward! What a sleek, aerodynamic design! No words for it! In my opinion it’s the best car in the world V 154 Comments
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6 Porsche The best cars in the universe! Completely premium German quality. Nobody is in its way – owenpoon Style and substance, wins at racing and wins in usable performance with enough practicality (and serious race-bred reliability) to make something special work every day. That is the magic of Porsche that other luxury brands envy and aspiring brands can’t even touch. The best car brand for me. It has an elegant style yet it packs enough horsepower to make a lot of cars eat dust. Expensive yet attainable. I love every brand above Porsche on this list (besides the highly overrated Lamborghini) but Porsche makes the best cars in the world. They perform better than BMW, Audi, and Mercedes and you can’t even drive half of the lambos or ferraris on the roads without having to consistently replace the oil pans that bang on the road over every bump. And this is not biased, I own an Audi and love it. V 60 Comments
In creating the car brands Report Card, we aggregate road-test performance, reliability, safety performance and active safety aids, and owner satisfaction. Brands with a lineup of mature, incrementally updated vehicles tended to rise to the top.
Grading the Brands To show how the car brands compare, we present them in rank order below based on the Overall Score. Roll your cursor over the brand name to see each brand’s predicted reliability and owner satisfaction highlighted. For further insights, a box appears during the rollover listing the selected brand’s average Overall Score and road-test score. Combined, these key factors show each brand measures up. Through this interactive, you’ll see that every brand has its own combination of scores, with some being strong across the board and others having varied performance. For example, top-ranked Audi has better-than-average predicted reliability and owner satisfaction—rather than receiving the highest scores. But the brand shines with an impressive 86-point average road-test score, contributing to the highest Overall Score of 81. If you’re reading this article on a smartphone, you will not be able to view the interactive.