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Consumer Reports' Top 10 Vehicles of 2010
According to consumer reports, these 10 vehicles are your best bet for 2010. Hint: Despite global recalls, Prius made the list.
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Family SUV

Chevrolet Traverse
MSRP starting at $29,224
Estimated Fuel Economy (highway) 24 MPG

Sports Sedan

Infiniti G37
MSRP starting at $33,250
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 19/27 MPG

Family Hauler

MAZDA5
MSRP starting at $18,745
Manual Transmission (city/hwy) 22/28 MPG
Automatic Transmission (city/hwy) 21/27 MPG

Green Car

Toyota Prius
MSRP starting at $22,800
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway/combined) 51/48/50 MPG

Pickup Truck

Chevrolet Silverado 1500
MSRP starting at $20,850
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 15/22 MPG

Small Sedan

Hyundai Elantra SE
MSRP starting at $17,845
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 26/34 MPG

Family Sedan

Nissan Altima
MSRP starting at $19,900
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 23/32 MPG

Sporty Car

Volkswagen GTI
MSRP starting at $23,664
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 21/31 MPG

Best Car Overall

Lexus LS 460L
MSRP starting at $70,925
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway/combined) 16/24/19 MPG

Small SUV

Subaru Forester
MSRP starting at $20,295
Estimated Fuel Economy (city/highway) 21/31 MPG

Consumer Reports' Top 10 Vehicles of 2010

According to consumer reports, these 10 vehicles are your best bet for 2010. Hint: Despite global recalls, Prius made the list.

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