In alphabetical order, we call out vehicles with problematic fit-and-finish, materials, ergonomics or unfortunate design choices. Each of these items resulted in points deducted as WardsAuto editors selected the 2017 Wards 10 Best Interiors...
A summation of all 31 interiors evaluated in the 2017 competition. Many of these comments are taken directly from score sheets submitted by WardsAuto editors. Prices listed are sticker. Winners in red.
Boxy, linear interiors are a thing of the past for Subaru, whose latest Impreza compact gets a serious dose of style and wows our judges.
With the ’17 Countryman CUV, BMW’s Mini brand avoids the cookie-cutter curse by seamlessly transporting the endearing qualities of its tiny premium cars to its big second-generation CUV.
It looks and feels like a Maserati. Yet, it emits the character of an SUV.
Mazda ups its game with the all-new CX-9 and nowhere is that more evident than in the vehicle’s completely redesigned...
Soft tan leather and Alcantara everywhere. Beautiful sculpted trim and surfaces. Ordinary elements made eye-catching. Our...
The Continental is much more than comfy seats. Its interior design is fresh and invigorating, a reminder of what made Lincoln an iconic brand of American style so many years ago. It refuses to emulate other luxury marques.
Honda’s makeover of its venerable CUV for ’17 not only won over our judges, the redesign that’s anything but play-it-safe also has turned the best-selling model into one of the best-looking in its class.
The new LaCrosse in many ways recalls old-school Buicks. It’s a long, wide sedan like the land yachts of its heyday, so the interior boasts loads of shoulder, leg and hip room.