There are many reasons for the new Accent’s success, but the first-rate interior that carries over Hyundai’s provocative new “Fluidic Sculpture” design language cannot be overlooked.
Original design, top-notch materials and upscale features create an interior that looks and feels like it belongs in a car costing twice as much.
The Infiniti JX35 cross/utility vehicle wins our judges over with its quality materials, stylish cabin and nifty clamshell-fold second row seat, easing passenger entry into the third row.
Attention to detail makes the new Mazda CX-5 cross/utility vehicle one of Ward's 10 Best Interiors of 2012.
Our test vehicle stickered at $25,195, which is a reasonable price for German engineering, spot-on styling and a piece of the multi-generational Beetle mystique.
A few taps on the calculator reveal the average sticker price of this year’s 10 winners is $36,547. Most Americans buying luxury vehicles spend considerably more.