By make and model
Ward's gave the nod to Alfa's new sport sedan for its sporty steering wheel, center console design and trim choice.
The 2017 Giulia sedan starts around $38,000.
This is Bentley's first time on the list, earning its spot thanks to "its best designers... [integrating] ideas and themes they had been pondering for years."
The Bentley Bentayga starts around $229,000.
If you're in the market for a super-luxury SUV, your options are few and far between, but it's not like you're left wanting for posh.
Ward's called the LaCrosse's interior "contemporary," giving props to its leather, massaging front seats and overall spaciousness, along with some generous storage space.
The LaCrosse starts around $32,000.
Honda's latest crossover picked up a spot on this list for an interior that Ward's called "upscale, clean, functional and supremely well built."
The 2017 Honda CR-V starts around $24,000.
As we noted in our preview, it's not just nice on the inside, but really everywhere.
The Lexus LC 500's interior was called "breathtaking" for its use of color, supple materials and expressive design.
The Lexus LC 500 starts around $92,000.
Lincoln earned props for its attention to detail and its seemingly infinitely adjustable 30-way power seats.
The 2017 Continental starts around $45,000.
We were just as smitten when we had a chance to take it out on the road.
Fiat Chrysler's other Italian marque earned its spot on the list thanks to excellent materials and a user-friendly infotainment system.
The Levante starts around $73,000.
The CX-9 also picked up a Ward's 10 Best Engines award, but it earned this trophy for offering an upscale experience without requiring tons of dough.
The Mazda CX-9 starts between $31,000 and $32,000.
BMW's subsidiary picked up a spot on this list thanks to its clever switchgear, spacious interior and supportive seats.
The Mini Countryman starts between $26,000 and $27,000.
We, too, enjoyed the Countryman during our time with it.
The Impreza is the least expensive vehicle on the list, and Ward's gave it a nod because it "achieves a level of interior excellence never before seen from the Japanese brand."
The Impreza starts below $19,000.