Folks who read Autoblog probably don't hold Consumer Digest in the same regards as the mass buying market looking for reliable transportation. But there's definitely a lot of weight given to cars that make it onto the magazine's lists so we might as well report on it. A whopping 38 vehicles get the nod for Best Buys in their respective classes. That much quality on dealership lots can only be a good thing. My personal pick for Best Buy automaker, Mazda, gets the nod for four of its vehicles. Toyota, five not including one Scion and of course Honda has four as well. For the entire list follow the link.
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