Chevrolet Corvette (Grand Sport shown)

No matter the trim, Consumer Reports praised the Corvette's on-road prowess.

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Chevrolet Corvette (Grand Sport shown)

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Dodge Challenger (SRT Demon shown)

Whether you're looking for a sedate V6 or a fire-breathing, 840-horsepower supercharged V8, there's a Challenger out there for you.

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Dodge Challenger (SRT Demon shown)

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Ford F-350 (Limited shown)

Ford's Super Duty lineup offers impressive payload and towing figures, and you can option one out to a nearly six-digit price point.

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Ford F-350 (Limited shown)

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Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey is one of the best minivans of all time, and the latest generation keeps that tradition alive with an excellent complement of creature comforts and in-car tech.

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Honda Odyssey

The IIHS doesn't have any pictures of the crash test available, so here's one of the Odyssey pointed slightly downward, which is close enough, I guess.

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Lincoln Continental

Lincoln's new flagship sedan is an exercise in just how much luxury you can shove into a full-size sedan.

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Lincoln Continental

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Mazda MX-5 Miata

If you're looking for something lithe and inexpensive, it's hard to look past the venerable Miata.

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Mazda MX-5 Miata

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Porsche 911 (GTS shown)

Porsche's 911 is always a hit, and it's unsurprising that its owners are among the most satisfied.

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Porsche 911 (GTS shown)

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Tesla Model S (60D shown)

The Tesla Model S remains one of the most exhilarating electric cars you can buy, thanks to its mixture of good looks and even better performance.

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Tesla Model S (60D shown)

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Tesla Model X (P100D shown)

If you need a bit more space than the Model S, and don't mind some funky doors, give the Model X your attention.

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Tesla Model X (P100D shown)

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Toyota Prius

It's a Toyota Prius. It'll run until the cows come home, and return stellar fuel economy the entire way there and back.

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Toyota Prius

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