Chevy Malibu
  • Chevy Malibu
  • Good choice. While we're still not huge fans of the Malibu's front end, every other angle is wonderful. Especially that C-pillar
  • Ford Mustang
  • Another solid entry. The ancient, second gen Fox body 'Stang only attracted the die hards. Now secretaries are loving it.
  • Toyota Prius
  • Uh... We say no, because while the second and third gen Priuses (Priui?) look better than the fishy first gen, they are still miles away from being good looking
  • Hyundai Sonato
  • The thing is, we think they're talking about the current Sonata, not the "Fluidic Sculpture" 2011 model. The 2009 Sonata looks like a paper bag with headlights. So, no.
  • Nissan Altima
  • Our less than stellar photograph notwithstanding, duh. Absolutely improved.
  • Kia Sportage
  • What? No.
  • Cadillac CTS
  • Hmmm. So, we're actually fans of the first generation CTS. So if a car wasn't bad looking to begin with should it be on the list? That said, many of us here feel that the new CTS is the best looking car on sale, period. And yes, we know the Coupe isn't on sale yet. We simply don't care. LOOK AT IT!
  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class
  • Missed it by that much. While the new C-Class is OK looking, it still suffers from a minor case of Sebring-itus. Meaning that the front end appears to be too big for the rest of the vehicle. If we had to choose a Benz, we woulda picked the new E-Class, especially the Coupe. But we probably wouldn't have picked a Benz.
  • Cadillac Escalade
  • Two Caddys! While there is no doubt that the first iteration of Cadillac's luxo-truck was a dog (looks and otherwise), the new 'Slade does have that all important gangsta-look. So, sure, why not?
  • Saturn Vue
  • So, fat and blobular is better than trim and angular? We're just going to go ahead and say no.