Best Car Brands

The Top Ten
1 BMW BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke in German, or Bavarian Motor Works in English) is a German multinational company which currently produces luxury automobiles and motorcycles, and also produced aircraft engines until 1945.

Driving the BMW 320i for the first time, I realized that the car represented sheer, ultimate driving pleasure. The luxurious interior of the 320i is very pleasurable and spacious. It's definitely a car that you only let certain people inside. To be honest, it's capable of attracting eyes when people see you driving the BMW 320i.

The first time I drove the 320i to my church, it felt like I was showing off, but I wasn't at all. However, I want to drive the new BMW Z4 convertible. That's only if I tend to live alone in life. If I ever do get married and have a couple of kids, the Z4 couldn't be my car, but the 3-Series definitely will be. Perhaps a 3-Series convertible for more pleasure.

I love my 2013 BMW M3! I saved up since I was 18, and now I'm 25! This thing goes so fast! I love its look, as I love the look of all BMW cars. It's the best casual/luxury car company ever! Every time I wake up, I look at my car and think, "Wow, I never thought I would be so attached to a car. I think I'm physically attached... Or I'm crazy... I just love it!" It took me five years to get this beauty, but it was worth the time. BMW is my dream car company. If someone gave me a 2016 BMW M5, I would be the happiest man on Earth, for real. BMW will always be my favorite car company. I love the M3!

BMW definitely deserves to be number one. My family has had a wide variety of car brands and models. German cars can really take abuse. I know this because some people in my family don't know how to treat their cars. They don't take care of them properly. But BMW and Mercedes make cars that are built to last. I voted for BMW because they have also been making better-looking cars than Mercedes. Mercedes has been slacking lately, even though I like the new S-Class, C-Class, GLE-Class, and a couple of others.

I have owned BMWs ever since I got rid of my '89 Ford Crown wagon. Compared to the Ford, the BMW M3 Series I purchased new in 2000 is unbelievable on any road and in any highway condition. It's a truly amazing car with perfect refinements. I've been able to reach the speed indicated on the odometer without any issues. I gave the car to my daughter in 2010, and she loves it. It has 213,000 miles on it and has required nothing more than normal maintenance and new tires every two years. It's a great driving machine. By the way, I did buy a new 550 Series, another phenomenal car with the top refinements I've come to expect. It's the best car I've ever owned.

2 Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes, Porsche, Honda (Acura), and Toyota (Lexus) are the leaders in quality, in no particular order. People who picked BMW may have done so because of design but certainly not quality! They don't know the truth! How would I know? I've administered warranty repair paperwork for that brand. There's a saying that the perception of quality is far more important than actual quality, and it must have been written because of BMW. I give them a 6 for quality, and Mercedes is a 10.

I have worked in the service departments of Ford, Toyota, Honda, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Nissan, and Isuzu. I can tell you this: you can't go wrong with a Toyota, Honda, or Mercedes. Sure, there are other model cars that are fine cars (please don't include BMW). The stack of papers I had to go through for BMW warranty repairs could fuel a bonfire for weeks. Don't be fooled by JD Powers either. I believe they promote cars that they want to promote, not based on quality or facts.

1. They put a minimum of 8 coats of paint on the car.
2. It is the only car in the world whose seat back won't break during most crashes.
3. Driving a Mercedes, even an older one, means class. Period. No debate. You cannot say that with other cars.
4. They really do last and last. Mercedes even has a Million Mile Club. These cars are built to last. The current high-mileage champion is Gregorios Sachinidis, a Greek taxi driver who holds the known record of more than 2.8 million miles in his 1976 Mercedes-Benz.

The Mercedes-Benz is classy. It is engineered for excellent performance, safety, and longevity. Mercedes-Benz designs always give the impression of looking new. It is number one in everything. The technology is innovative, and the service is superb. The car is highly durable. I plan to invest in Mercedes-Benz indefinitely. The only other cars I would consider buying are the Bentley and the Rolls-Royce Ghost. I own a 2013 S550 Mercedes-Benz and love the ride.

Mercedes is my personal choice, as they did actually make the first road-going vehicle. They are good-looking, drive superbly (even more so if it's a high-performance AMG variant), are economical, practical, and have superb build quality. They're a lovely place to sit, offer great value on the second-hand market, handle nicely, and have prestige. And they're German.

3 Lamborghini Automobili Lamborghini is an Italian brand and manufacturer of luxury sports cars and SUVs based in Sant'Agata Bolognese and tractors Lamborghini Trattori in Pieve di Cento, Italy.

Lamborghini has to be the best car manufacturer ever. The quality with which they make these cars is superb. Every aspect, from the engine to the suspension to the body, is a true masterpiece. One example of the quality and thought put into these cars is their choice of bull hides over cow hides for their handmade leather seats, to avoid stretch marks. The technology behind these machines is amazing, and the power and luxury they offer are unique. In addition to making the best supercars, Lamborghini is also an extremely versatile company because of the tractors they produce. Ferruccio Lamborghini is a true genius and visionary. In simple words, Lamborghini has no equal.

By far the best car in the world, nothing compares to it! Ferrari sucks compared to Lamborghini people say Ferrari's are the best, but they're not! Also Mustangs a model not a brand, so it shouldn't be on this list. Also Porsche's, Bugatti's, Maserati's, Aston Martin's, Dodge's, Jaguar's, Bentley's, Rolls Royce's, Chevrolet's and Cadillac's are also really good and deserve to be better than Ferrari, but Lamborghini is by far No. 1! If you don't think so, check out the Huracan, Aventador, Asterion. All their concepts and previous cars, then you'll know Lamborghini is No. 1!

Lamborghini cars look very cool! I especially love the look of the Lamborghini Gallardo in yellow. My friend told me that Porsche is better than Lamborghini, but I disagree. Thanks to Ferruccio Lamborghini, we have these wonderful and cool-looking race cars. The doors open upward, making them look like wings. It's an incredibly cool design. Long live Lamborghini!

Lamborghini was originally started to outdo Ferrari, and they certainly succeeded. The growth the company has achieved, the cars they've recently rolled out, and the global fan base they've garnered are all commendable. They could be considered the leading car makers in the luxury sports car segment.

4 Ferrari

Only a list comprised of votes by non-car people would have the almighty Prancing Horse at number five. Ferrari is the most successful racing team in history, led by the greatest manager of any car manufacturer, Enzo Ferrari. Ferrari is home to the greatest non-Brazilian driver in history, Schumacher. Ferrari produces art.

In 20 years, nobody will care about how efficiently the 4-cylinder engine in the 3-series sips on gas, or how comfortable the Audi A4 is. But the F40 will still be hailed. Lamborghini has been a humorous joke since the Diablo. Kids not old enough to drive will point at Lamborghinis foolishly, without even knowing what a Miura is. Doctors and lawyers who tailgate and don't use turn signals will rant about their German sedans, but can't even drive a manual.

The LaFerrari is a beast, as are the FXXK and the F12 Berlinetta. Look them all up. They are really cool. Ferrari is the king of sports cars and is a perfect choice for supercar enthusiasts. I recommend Ferrari, not just because they are fast, but also for their passion. The engine sound is amazing. I love it every time. When I hear the two words "sports cars," I think of Ferrari. Enzo Ferrari is a legend, and so is the car brand itself. That's why I think Ferrari deserves the number one spot.

Everybody is so obsessed with Lamborghini that they don't understand there are many other car brands, such as Ferrari. The 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB comes stock with a 3.9-litre V8 engine that produces 661 horsepower and has a 0-60 time of 3.0 seconds. In contrast, the new 2016 Lamborghini Huracan comes stock with a 5.2-litre V10 engine. With 4-wheel drive, the Huracan has 602 horsepower. The only advantage the Huracan has is a 0.5-second difference in 0-60 time, but the Ferrari 488 GTB has 59 more horsepower. In my opinion, the biggest bang for your buck (no Lambo pun intended) is the 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB. From performance to lifetime, they're the best!

Their cars look sleek, professional, and always ready to race. Lamborghinis are similar, but they generally lack the sleek race car look (though some still do) and break down a lot. Ferrari is better built in that sense, and they have much more racing experience. A Ferrari is the car kids look at and say, "That's the car I want when I grow up," or adults say, "That's the car I want after retirement." It's everyone's dream car.

5 Audi Audi AG is a German automobile manufacturer that designs, engineers, produces, markets and distributes luxury vehicles

Although I am really into supercars, Audi has to be my favorite brand. I would love to have an A8 in my garage. The touchscreen, cool gadgets, rear screens, and design all appeal to me. I'm also a big fan of the R8 for its speed, acceleration, and design. Although I love brands like BMW, Lexus, Cadillac, Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Mercedes, Porsche, and Aston Martin, Audi is my favorite.

I was surprised (and happy) to see number 4 on the list. A lot of people don't realize the quality of these cars. They look amazing and are super comfortable. The S Models are much quicker than their competitors, yet manage to cost less as well. The RS models are out-of-this-world fast. I can't think of another brand that comes close in terms of value for money. It's the best brand of car I have ever owned, and from now on, it's the only brand I ever will.

Audi is not for the average driver who just wants to drive a premium brand. Audi has the looks, performance, and above all, quality. It's not even fair to compare it to some of the mass-produced German cars. If you've never driven an Audi, do yourself a favor and test-drive one. You will feel different and classy.

I had a 2003 A4 V6 with a six-speed manual transmission. It was almost orgasmic. I had to replace the clutch, but that was my fault, not theirs. The interior quality was somewhat lacking, but I still count this as my absolute favorite car. If there was an Audi dealer in my area, I would still be driving one.

6 Toyota Toyota is a Japanese car manufacturer, located in Toyota, Japan. Some of their most notable cars include the Prius, Corolla, and Highlander.

I owned a 1970 Corolla (1200), and it was a wonderful car for the most part. I had problems with sticky valves as it got older, so I was periodically having to use carb cleaner to free them up. The car was hit by a drunk driver while parked outside my apartment complex in 1974 and was totaled (with 76K miles on it).

I own a 1991 Toyota 2WD pickup with 208K miles on it, featuring a 22RE engine. It's great and reliable. However, Toyota has moved away from its roots and become focused on making large trucks that Americans want. This has hurt their standard of quality and image for some.

Toyota is the most successful car company, making it much better than a company like Ferrari or Lamborghini that just makes fast cars. The majority of people would never consider buying these supercars. Everyone who voted for a supercar company likely does not drive, since the majority of supercars are uncomfortable.

This is the most reliable vehicle brand, period. Sold worldwide, it is used by people all over the world who, if caught broken down, would end up paying the ultimate price: their lives. They only use two different makes/models when going to the center of the South Pole in Antarctica. Both of which are a Yota. These are facts, not my opinion.

My '83 Toyota 4x4 pickup was the last year made totally in Japan. I rebuilt the engine because it wouldn't pass California smog tests at 259k miles. Got a new paint job, and I expect another 30 years out of it at 25+ mpg. Oh, and it has been almost maintenance-free. The most expensive thing that I have had to get for it is tires, about every 70k miles.

7 Ford The Ford Motor Company is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit.

I have to say that I've been a loyal Ford customer for over 26 years. Like the saying goes, "If you take care of your vehicle, it will take care of you." I currently own three Fords and a 2008 Honda Accord. I have a 1992 Ranger XLT with a manual transmission. Both of my kids learned to drive on it and I taught them how to drive a stick shift. It has 200,000 miles and is still going strong.

I also have a 2006 Ford F-150 FX4 that rides like a champ, as well as a 2010 GT500 Shelby. What can I say about the Shelby except that it's a powerful machine with smooth handling? All in all, I'm completely satisfied with Ford.

By the way, the Honda belongs to my wife. What can I say? She loves Honda. It's not a bad car, but I still prefer Ford.

Best-built car and truck line worldwide. Each time I land at an airport, I look out the window to see what kind of vehicle is on the tarmac. Nine times out of ten, it's a Ford truck. In the USA, most cabs and police cars are Fords. Ford has built many great models, such as the Lincoln Continental, the Mark series, LTD, Ranchero, Mustang, Shelby, Thunderbird, the F-Series trucks, Falcon, C-Max, Fusion, Taurus, Cougar, Focus, and so on. In my opinion, all these vehicles have excelled in quality, design, and performance.

Having in mind that no car is perfect due to its designer (men are not perfect), there are always some that are better than others. In my experience, Fords have met my needs in terms of reliability and longevity. Perhaps this is because I adhere to their maintenance schedules. To provide a couple of quick examples: I owned a Ford Ranger that clocked over 355,000 miles before I sold it. Another example is a Ford Escort with a 1.9 engine. I sold it at over 281,000 miles. I don't even want to get into the Crown Vics.

If you consider all the models that a company makes, I would say Ford holds the number 1 spot. Many high-priced cars come from companies that have problems with their other models. In the past, European cars were known for their quality, but with the push for flashier cars, they have lost that edge. The same goes for Japanese cars. For the average car buyer, Ford offers the largest range of good-quality vehicles.

8 Porsche Porsche is a German automotive manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars, SUVs, and sedans. Founded in 1931, the company is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. Porsche is renowned for its iconic models like the 911 and has a strong presence in motorsport. The company focuses on combining innovation, design, and performance, aiming to create exceptional driving experiences.

There is simply no comparison. Every brand above Porsche on this list is either saturated with overpriced cars or has horrendous track records regarding reliability. I'm looking at you, in particular, Audi and BMW. Porsche, on the other hand, is not only known for its fantastic build quality and reliability (for a luxury car) but also for its outstanding customer satisfaction and performance. It also has an unparalleled history in motorsports that no other car manufacturer can even come close to. Porsche has easily been the top car brand in the world for decades and will continue to be for many more.

Porsche is the definition of the perfect car in every category: family, luxury, sport, racing, and supercars. The design is made to excel. The engine is so powerful that it provides the best sensational and smooth driving experience. Additionally, Porsche has won countless trophies in professional racing events. Porsche is not only a famous name for cars but also for various other things like shoes and furniture. They are expensive cars, but compared with Ferrari or McLaren, they have the most reasonable prices.

I love every brand above Porsche on this list, besides the highly overrated Lamborghini. However, Porsche makes the best cars in the world. They perform better than BMW, Audi, and Mercedes, and you can't even drive half of the Lamborghinis or Ferraris on the roads without having to consistently replace the oil pans that bang on the road over every bump. This is not biased. I own an Audi and love it.

Style and substance, wins at racing, and usable performance with enough practicality - and serious race-bred reliability - to make something special work every day. That is the magic of Porsche that other luxury brands envy and aspiring brands can't even touch.

9 Honda Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, and power equipment.

I know that all the expensive cars, like Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini, are great and everything, but the only cars I've ever had are Hondas. I've owned a Honda Accord, 2 Honda Odysseys, and a Honda Fit. They are reliable cars that I see everywhere. They have super-duper-looper cool models, and they are great for families. Go Hondas! I love you sooo much. I take back whatever I said about my car being boring. It was just because I got used to you. Love you! #1 fan #biggestfaneva

I have seen many car brands, but none were a match against BMW, Honda, Lamborghini, etc. Toyota has stood second in prices, which also includes Honda. People who think that the Toyota Corolla 2014 has beaten Honda are wrong. Toyota has copied the headlights of the Honda Civic '14 and extended them to a limited length, so that no one could know about their relevance. Honda and the other two brands are number one.

I've owned an array of vehicles:

- Ford Escort
- Subaru Forester
- Hyundai Accent
- Dodge Dakota
- Dodge Colt
- 2 Honda Accords
- Honda Civic
- Volkswagen Jetta

Altogether, the Hondas needed the least amount of repairs, were the cheapest to repair when needed, and never left me stranded. The worst was the Subaru, which needed so many repairs, closely followed by my Jetta, which ended up stranding me multiple times. I'm now brand-loyal to Honda!

I have seen many brands, but the best among them are BMW, Honda, and Lamborghini, etc. If someone says that the Toyota Corolla's 2014 model has now beaten Honda, they are wrong. Toyota has copied the shape of the 2014 Civic and extended it so that no one can know about its relevance. Honda has been leading Toyota since 2001 or even before. So, Honda and the other two brands are number one.

10 Nissan Nissan is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer headquartered in Yokohama, Japan. Founded in 1933, the company produces a range of vehicles including sedans, SUVs, and electric cars. Nissan focuses on innovation and sustainability, investing heavily in research and development. The company aims to be a leader in the automotive industry, committed to providing high-quality, safe, and environmentally friendly vehicles.

Seriously, an underrated brand. As with almost all other JDM cars, they have so much reliability it's not even funny. The Nissan GT-R goes head to head with the 911. The Fairladies (Z's) are so much fun to drive. This brand may not be the most powerful, but I don't see anyone else putting so much into a V6 engine that it can keep up with all these more powerful engines. People just don't understand the brand, not to mention it's basically the brand that put Japan on the map.

I have a 2006 Altima V6 and love it! It runs like a luxury car - very smooth and quiet. It has been reliable, is fun to drive (accelerates quickly for a near full-sized sedan), and is comfortable. The only thing that it lacks is an infotainment system. However, most pedestrian cars in 2006 didn't have those fancy screens in the dashboard!

If I'm honest, I'd pick Nissan because they have affordable cars with quality, as well as some faster options like the Z's and, of course, the GT-R. When it comes down to what you get for the money, it's ahead. I don't own a Nissan because I prefer nicer cars, but what you get for the money is great.

Such an amazing car brand. It has everything from small girly cars (Nissan Micra) to family cars (Nissan Sentra) to luxurious cars (Nissan Altima, Maxima), and even supercars (Nissan GTR, should I say more?). Very reliable cars with great fuel efficiency and great balance on the road.

The Contenders
11 Chevrolet Chevrolet, colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an American automobile division of the American manufacturer General Motors.

Chevy is the best car I have ever owned, and it's better than a crappy Ford. The Ford I owned stalled me in the middle of the road twice, and the junk Wi-Fi shuts down. Chevys have heated front and rear seats. I once saw an Aveo at Huber Chevy for $15,550, and at Janssen Kool Honda, it was $15,600. When we paid for it, they charged an extra $2,000 for the same car. Ridiculous, right?

In my opinion, Chevy is obviously the best. It has great features inside, like extra heating and cooling, seats that you can relax and lay down in, and so many other things to say.

Chevrolet offers many great cars, especially now that they almost always include dashboard screens. Many of them also feature Bose audio.

Chevy is awesome! They should be ranked above Ford, because a standing joke in my family is that the F in Ford stands for FAILURE!

12 Tesla

Very high-tech and all hand-assembled, this car is art in motion without using regular fuel. Yes, everyone asks me, "Where do you think electricity comes from?" The fact is that it's much more efficient than any gas or diesel-powered vehicle, making the car well worth the big investment. Besides, over time, solar technology will become more efficient, and battery technology will improve. This will make it possible to drive the distances a gas car drives, with very fast recharge times. If you were to visit Tesla and see the quality of the car, and compare it to anything else out there, you'll quickly realize that it's the most luxurious car available.

I've owned a number of high-end brand cars, and NOTHING comes near the quality and feel of driving a Tesla. Pricey? Yes, but it delivers the quality and driving experience that makes it worth every penny. If you haven't driven one yet, do so. I took delivery of my Tesla in May, and thanks to its technology and update capability, my car performs functions today that it couldn't do in May. No other auto on the road can make that statement.

I'm still a little shy when it comes to Auto Pilot Mode, but I will overcome that, just as I overcame the "Range Anxiety" that most Tesla owners feel when they first purchase the car. We've been on several overnight trips in the Tesla and have never once experienced an issue with recharging. The technology in the car makes it impossible to run out of charge - unless, of course, you choose to ignore the system prompts.

If I could have any car, a Tesla would be mine. Their cars are electric, so they're helpful to the environment. They're also high-tech and amazing. They have butterfly doors, which I think no other car has for cars at that price. One charge takes you about 350 miles. The car costs about $80,000, but it's worth more than what they sell it for. Tesla is my number one car.

Electric car heaven! The new Tesla Roadster is supposedly going to be one of the fastest cars in the world and is expected to be tied with Koenigsegg's new Gemera for fastest acceleration. The Model X is the only good SUV on the market, and every car they currently produce is brilliant.

13 Jaguar

Jags are svelte. Jaguar makes incredible cars. While BMW, Audi, and Mercedes focus on creating lane-assist features and self-parking packages, Jaguar doesn't care. Jaguar ignores the rules. Jaguar doesn't need the best GPS, $5,000 headlights, or an 80-way seat, because, well, it's a Jag.

Superior engineering, elegant coachwork, and rolling masterpieces of style and design. No other manufacturer has had so many graceful and magnificent, cat-like motoring machines as Jaguar. They offer sports/GT cars and saloons to rival any other. They truly live up to their name.

Good enough for the Queen to have one custom-built over a Bentley, something must be equivalent to class and elegance if it parallels the taste and prestige of the Royal family.

As I own a 2014 Jaguar XF, I think that they are outstanding. The amount of looks I get driving it is insane. Not only that, it has the most comfortable ride ever. Also, the interior is stunning, as leather is standard all across the dashboard. Just a stunning vehicle.

14 Bugatti Bugatti is a French automotive manufacturer known for producing high-performance luxury cars. Founded in 1909, the company is a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. Bugatti focuses on creating cars that are not only fast but also aesthetically pleasing and technologically advanced. The brand aims to set new standards in automotive engineering, continually pushing the boundaries of speed and performance.

I agree. A tear came to my eyes to see that Bugatti is not number one. Firstly, the legendary Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport held the spot of the fastest car in the world for over eight years, something no other car has ever achieved. To this day, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport remains one of the fastest cars in history. However, I believe it should be first because it has now released the Chiron, Bugatti Chiron. Now, click that vote button, and I hope to see Bugatti at number one!

Throughout history, Bugatti has consistently been the cream of the crop. Any model from this brand promises you reasonable performance and beauty, whether new or old.

I'm appalled! Bugatti should be number one. It is fast, powerful, and sexy. With the heart of a lion and a W24 engine, it's a seriously good car. I love it. These cars beat all others.

I haven't seen this type of awesome car ever in my life. Mainly, I love its uniqueness, which no other car has. That is its front look. It's the stylish, powerful, and the only special car in this world.

15 Aston Martin Aston Martin is a British luxury car manufacturer known for its high-performance sports cars. Founded in 1913, the company is headquartered in Gaydon, Warwickshire, England. Aston Martin has a rich history in motorsport and has produced iconic models like the DB5, which gained fame through the James Bond films. The company focuses on crafting vehicles that combine luxury, elegance, and performance, aiming to provide a unique driving experience for its customers.

What! Only 15th? These cars are perfect. They're beautiful, stylish, elegant - every good adjective you like. The DB11 and DB5 are really the best cars ever. Mr. Bond, you could not make a better choice for a car.

I don't know why they didn't include Aston Martin in the top 10 list. I think at least Aston Martin has to be in the 5th position. Because it's such a lovely car, and plus, this car is like a bat out of hell.

James Bond drove it - says it all. Unmatched in coolness. BMWs aren't cool. Only marketing salesmen drive them.

Aston Martin is an absolutely beautiful car. The only thing better is another Aston Martin.

16 Cadillac Cadillac is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors that designs and builds luxury vehicles.

No offense, but most people who voted for BMW, Mercedes, or any other luxury German, Italian, or British car have probably never driven one or can't afford one. Cadillac offers four times the luxury at half the price of German cars with outdated systems. Please consider that although BMW, Lamborghini, and Audi occupy the top spots, I bet almost everyone who voted for them only likes them because they are flashy "rich" cars, not because they have ever owned them and truly experienced them.

Social default bias is a real thing in the luxury car community. It's the only reason a mediocre-looking and performing BMW holds the top spot. It's the only reason increasingly uglier Ferraris are still popular. It's the only reason aging Mercedes models are highly ranked.

Cadillac is the future. All the others will eventually fall away.

Oh yes! When I turn 16 or 18, I'll ask for a Cadillac. They're awesome and beautiful, and they're really expensive, but that's fine. However, I actually find Teslas to be better.

Cadillac is the king of the road. Cadillac, Dodge, and Honda should be at the top of this list.

17 Dodge Dodge is an American brand of automobiles, minivans, and SUVs, founded in 1900. Owned by Stellantis, Dodge focuses on creating high-performance, durable vehicles. Known for its muscle cars like the Charger and Challenger, Dodge aims to offer exciting driving experiences, blending power with comfort.

I think Dodge is the best because they are the only brand left that makes pure muscle cars. Ford's Mustang and Chevrolet's Camaro are sports cars now. While the Charger may have evolved into more of a sports-muscle car (albeit still awesome), the Challenger remains true to the original and is currently the only muscle car left in production.

I love the Viper. It's one of my favorite cars. I adore its style and speed. Dodge put a small team to work on a car that was needed quickly, and they produced a supercar. I love this brand, their cars, and their style.

Great-styling cars with lots of performance that have a lot of character. Unlike some of its Japanese competition, have you seen the Hellcat? That car will put some European supercars to shame.

Dodge is one of the raddest car companies ever. They offer a range from family-class vehicles like minivans all the way to sport/muscle cars like the Challenger or the Viper. They also outperform some supercars in racing.

18 Bentley Bentley is a British luxury car manufacturer that specializes in creating high-end automobiles and SUVs. Founded in 1919, the company is headquartered in Crewe, England. Bentley is known for its attention to detail, craftsmanship, and high-performance capabilities. The company focuses on providing exceptional luxury and comfort, aiming to set benchmarks in automotive excellence.

Come on, Bentley should also be in the top 10, along with Jaguar and Rolls-Royce.

The Continental is the greatest overall car in the world. It's fast, luxurious, practical, handles well, looks great, and can drive in any condition (not up a mountain, but you know what I mean).

The best brand and awesome cars I've ever watched.

Bentley is my body and soul.

19 Volkswagen Volkswagen is a German automotive manufacturer founded in 1937. Headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany, the company produces a wide range of vehicles, from sedans and hatchbacks to SUVs and commercial trucks. Volkswagen is one of the world's largest car manufacturers and focuses on creating cars for the mass market. The company aims to lead in the transition to electric vehicles and more sustainable mobility.

I drive a VW CC, and most people think it's a Mercedes when I give them a ride. It's a very reliable car, given the number of systems it has. You might argue that your Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla is much better and more reliable. Yes, because those are super simplistic, mass-produced, cheap, and boring cars that have no character. Also, maintenance on VW is one of the cheapest among other European car brands.

Dad auto. The car. It's basic. Volkswagen is the people's car, but it offers a lot more. The German design is sporty yet subtle, and their high-class, sportier models are well worth the price. Along with that, the GTI may be the best possible first car for a teen, which earns it my applause.

Volkswagens are the best. They are reliable, fuel-efficient, and you'll fall in love with them. In addition, they own Skoda, Seat, Audi, Lamborghini, Bentley, Bugatti, and Porsche, among others. So if you ever happen to own one of those brands, you know you're in safe hands.

I've driven many brands, especially when traveling abroad, but I've only ever owned Volkswagens. If I had to buy another car, it would be another VW. They're not cheap, but you get the same quality (and often even better) than that associated with Mercedes, Audi, and BMW.

20 Mazda Mazda Motor Corporation, commonly referred to as simply Mazda, is a Japanese multinational automaker based in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.

I love my Mazda3 for the most part. It is a very reliable car and is very nice to drive. The only problem that I have with it is the connectivity to my phone. Some issues I've encountered include not being able to choose the song I want to hear (it almost always says unable to view song library), and losing the connection if I put my arm over my phone. I'm very disappointed that Mazda doesn't have Apple CarPlay. If you don't care about CarPlay, then Mazda is a solid choice for a new car.

If you are leading a busy life and require a vehicle that doesn't necessitate constant maintenance trips to the dealer, consider one with a reliable engine and drivetrain, decent mpg, and the much-coveted trait of being fun to drive - also known as "spirited" handling. This is what they mean by "zoom-zoom-zoom." Then, take a test drive at a Mazda dealer and decide for yourself. I'm currently driving a 2015 Prius Five and had a 2016 CX-5 for a day. Toyotas in general (RAV4s, Camrys, and Corollas) offer a "numb," PC driving simulator-like experience, even in PWR Mode when the gas pedal is the most reactive. Transitioning from a Toyota to a Mazda is like being accustomed to 1080p on YouTube, and then having your face melted by a 4K big screen. Take a test drive and decide for yourself!

Mazda simply outperforms everyone else in the average consumer car segment when it comes to price, performance, and overall value. Their cars feel higher-end but are priced to compete with mainstream options like Toyotas and Hondas. Plus, they are always fun to drive.

Wow, how is this possibly ranked 20th? The car is fuel-efficient with SkyActiv technology, has great features for the money, offers great handling and is fun to drive. It has elegant yet flashy styling and advanced safety technologies. What's not to like?

21 Rolls Royce

Bentley does make magnificent cars. However, Rolls-Royce outdoes them with the Cullinan vs. Bentayga, Ghost vs. Flying Spur, Wraith vs. Continental, Dawn vs. Continental Convertible, and especially Phantom vs. Mulsanne. Rolls-Royce is the pinnacle of luxury, and nothing compares.

I don't know what's up with people these days. Jaguar, a luxury sports automobile manufacturer. Rolls-Royce, the most luxurious car company in the world. And even Bentley all have such low rankings.

Seriously, Rolls-Royce at number 18? Rolls-Royce is definitely the most luxurious car company in the world. I have sat in many Rolls-Royces, and inside the car, it basically feels like a V12 7-star hotel.

My dad has owned several luxury cars since I've been around, from Ferraris to Bentleys. But my favorite of his is the Rolls-Royce. He has the newer Dawn and Phantom models, and they are the best. So good, in fact, that my first car will be the Wraith.

22 Koenigsegg Koenigsegg is a Swedish supercar manufacturer, founded by Christian von Koenigsegg in 1994. Only producing about 15 cars a year, Koenigsegg is one of the rarest cars to see on the road.

This car company is one of a kind: handmade production cars, led by a man who has no experience in creating cars, breaking Bugatti's record, and surviving a disaster (where the Koenigsegg factory got burnt down).

The sexiest car that any person could ever wish for. The design is like no other. It's a mix of both passion and science, so it's like a Ferrari. Basically, this car brand is the best in the world from my point of view. Agera SAK, here I come.

Koenigsegg should be in the top 10. Stunningly fast and sleek, not to mention the great looks - this handmade company deserves to be rated better.

Bruh, why is it here? It should be the number 1 car in the world!

23 Lexus

Lexus is defined by luxury, refinement, elegance, and most importantly, reliability. You can always rely on a Lexus. Their engines last a lifetime. Among the top 10 most reliable car brands of 2015, Lexus is ranked number one. Their latest creations are masterpieces crafted to perfection. The 2016 Lexus LX, their flagship SUV, is simply mind-blowing. The interior of the LX is unbelievable, and the SUV's capabilities are indeed immense. Given the capabilities and the level of detail and luxury put into the vehicles, Lexus has to be in the top 10. Way to go, Lexus.

Just like Toyota, the company has the highest number of military vehicles in operation made by it. The company also states that they will not use new technology unless they are absolutely sure it will be reliable. However, they offer more comfort and have a price advantage against other cars.

This luxury car makes me feel like one of the most important people on the road. I sense the respect coming from others. Of course, it's very comfortable and easy to drive. In one word, it's a very nice car.

Lexus makes me feel luxurious, with an unspeakable fit. It's smart and comfortable, and gives me a feeling of being protected.

24 Camaro

Camaros are the best cars in the whole world. It should have been number one. I would pay a billion dollars to have one! So enthralling, gorgeous, breath taking, and-well-I LOVE CAMAROS!

This is Chevrolet. It's already on the list.

Camaro is not a brand is a model.

Not a brand! Chevy model!

25 Subaru Subaru is a Japanese automaker known for its all-wheel-drive vehicles and boxer engines. Founded in 1953, Subaru focuses on creating durable and versatile vehicles that can handle a variety of driving conditions. The brand aims to offer a blend of performance, safety, and reliability in its product line, which includes sedans, SUVs, and crossovers. Subaru has built a strong following among outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

There is no such thing as the best car ever, because they all have different purposes. But if there was a best car brand in the world, this would be it. Subaru does everything. They go fast, have 4WD, are comfortable as hell, stylish, and extremely reliable.

I had driven VWs for 20 years. Before that, it was nothing but Ford Mustangs. I switched from VWs to Subaru due to VW's constant issues with everything. Never have I loved my car or enjoyed driving it as much as I do my current Subaru (and I had GLIs, which are no slouch to drive). Living in New England, the Subaru has also been the best thing I have driven (trucks included) in the snow.

So underrated! Subarus are dependable, cost-effective, extremely fuel-efficient, very safe in crash testing, and handsome-looking as well. Also, the Subaru WRX STI is well known for its world-class performance! This should at least be in the top 10! But 23?

Subaru should not be this low on the list. The top ten in this article must be reviewed with a serious grain of salt. I own two Subarus, a Forester and an Impreza, and wouldn't trade mine for any of those, period.

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