Earlier this week we got a tip from a reader who had already received his January 2008 issue of Car and Driver in the mail. The January issue is, of course, the 10Best issue, and while we had no reason not to trust this reader that the ten cars he listed were in fact all winners, we decided to wait until a second source could corroborate the information. Well, Car and Driver has released the 2008 10Best article on its website, which is all the corroboration we need.
Without further ado, you'll find this year's Car and Driver 10Best list after the jump. You can also click the Read link below to read the full article on CarandDriver.com.

[Source: Car and Driver]

2008 10Best List

2007 10Best List

To see which cars have been on Car and Driver's 10Best list going pack in perpetuity, check out this wikipedia page that lists them all.

Also note that GM gained two spots this year at the expense of the Chrysler 300C and Infiniti G35 Sedan, which were replaced by the Cadillac CTS and Chevy Malibu. That also gives GM the most models on the list, with Honda and Mazda earning two spots, and BMW, Volkswagen and Porsche one each.

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