Ward’s editors heap praise on the cabin of BMW’s strong-selling CUV for its refinement, plush carpet, woven headliner, roomy second row and firm, comfortable seats.
The ’11 Charger Rallye Plus interior not only obliterates the car’s also-ran past, it raises the bar exponentially for the sport-sedan segment.
From optional “cool box” refrigerator to the “Wide-Mode” second row to the remarkably spacious third row, the Honda Odyssey interior delivers everything a family could want.
Judges are especially impressed with the center stack and the way designers substituted sensuous curves for usually straight architectural lines.
Jeep's flagship SUV follows the '09 Ram fullsize pickup as the second vehicle to benefit from Chrysler's new commitment to interior design.
The ’11 Kia Optima EX blows away Ward’s 10 Best Interiors judges with high-quality materials and near-perfect fit-and-finish.
The sedan’s interior assumes an extrovert personality not usually associated with Swedish auto makers.
Tuning for tunes should be easier in this age of satellite radio.