Some cars just look like they can’t be good. Other cars have zero hype and thus you assume, incorrectly, that someone would have already told you if they were worth renting or buying. Here are five cars I like that I don’t think get the respect they deserve.
(Ed Note: In rolling out our new Buyers Guides we’ll be rounding up some posts for the purposes of directing your eyeballs there. This is one of those posts.)
The problem with magazine comparison tests is that they always insist on a “winner,” when in reality the decisions that go into making a person actually buy a car are far more complex. Maybe someone finds a color they like, gets a good deal, or their astrologist tells them “You must buy a Kia when Venus and Mars are aligned or risk getting shingles when you’re older.”