The art of making a great car purchase actually lies with a little science. Or a lot, according to the Automotive Science Group, which aims to help consumers make informed car-buying decisions through its objective, data-driven analysis. To that end, it has created the Automotive Performance Index, enabling shoppers to find the best new models across a range of categories. “You define the size and class of automobile that meets your needs, and we’ll differentiate the best-performing model in the segment,” says the group. For 2019, the index has identified 33 best-in-class vehicles in 11 categories based on economic, environmental and all-around performance assessments. Nine overall winners are highlighted, too. The leading 2019-year models, from 1,640 variants of car, crossover and SUV, are below. Two-seaters, convertibles and vehicles exceeding $100,000 were excluded from the study. Best cars of 2019 Mini compact Toyota Yaris – all-around performance BMW i3 – environmental performance Chevrolet Spark – economic performance Compact Mitsubishi Mirage – all-around performance Toyota Prius C – environmental performance Mitsubishi Mirage – economic performance Midsize Toyota Prius Prime – all-around performance Toyota Prius Prime – environmental performance Honda Fit – economic performance Full-size Hyundai Ioniq Plugin – all-around performance Hyundai Ioniq Plugin – environmental… Read full this story
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