Every year, Consumer Reports compiles a list of the cars that scored the lowest in each segment. Each caption in this gallery is plucked straight from CR's own words. We have linked to our own reviews wherever possible.
Toyota showed off its updated C-HR concept at the Frankfurt auto show, a stylish small SUV expected to spawn a production model.
Acura's smallest car makes a bid for premium status with high-tech driver assistance features. But it's let down by a confusing infotainment interface and noisy cabin.
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra's driving dynamics feel pretty average compared with other cars in its segment, but its dashboard and driver-assist electronics lift it higher than much of the competition.
BMW's 330e iPerformance takes lessons learned from the i3 and i8 and plugs them into the venerable 3 Series.
Featuring plenty of segment firsts, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the updated 2017 Sonic is worth a look.
Packing the same exact motor you'll find in two other vehicles we recently covered, the GLC43 marks the first time Mercedes has bestowed upon this segment the hallowed AMG badge.
Thanks to a host of upgrades and a whole new body, Chrysler's former Town & Country now competes with a segment stalwart for best-in-class fuel economy.
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The Tundra cuts a commanding posture while driving down the road. The well-crafted interior is competitive in the full-size truck segment, but it lacks some of the features available on other large trucks on the market.