“I sit high, look far”: rating of cars with the best and worst visibility

“I sit high, look far”: rating of cars with the best and worst visibility

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In the rating of the American publication Consumer Reports, among the cars with the best visibility, there are more representatives of the Subaru and Honda brands, among the worst were Nissan cars.

Experts of the American magazine Consumer Reports have compiled a list, taking into account the quality of the view through the front, side and rear windows. The results of the study showed that among the premium crossovers, the Tesla Model X electric car has the worst visibility from the passenger compartment. Range Rover also took one of the leading places in this “honorable” category.

Among the premium compact crossovers, the worst in this ranking is the Jaguar I-Pace. The leading line is occupied by the Audi Q5. The carmaker Subaru, with its Forester and Legacy models, took first lines in the ranking of compact crossovers and midsize sedans, demonstrating excellent visibility. GMC Terrain and Honda Clarity showed unsatisfactory marks in the same categories.

Subaru WRX was awarded first place in the sports car category. The Chevrolet Camaro, on the other hand, performed the worst in terms of visibility. Another car of this brand, the Spark, was the worst in the compact vehicle category, where the victory went to the Honda Fit.

When studying the quality of the review in hatchbacks, experts gave first place to two representatives at once – Fiat 500L and Volkswagen Golf. Toyota C-HR received negative reviews. The last place in the rating in the category of premium cars was taken by the KIA Stinger and Mercedes CLA. The victory in this class was celebrated by the Infiniti Q50 sedan.

In the rating of mid-size crossovers, the victory was celebrated at once by several models of the automaker Honda – Passport and Pilot. Nissan Murano and Pathfinder, by contrast, showed the worst visibility.

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