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With so many new makes and models introduced every year, how do you shop for the best make and model for your needs? Of course, car shopping is not just about emotions including paying attention to dramatic advertisement or marketing pitches and what easily capture your attention. In car shopping logic should easily trump emotions, and product and market information should serve as the guide when it comes to car shopping. Or to make the selection process more authentic and reliable, you can follow the lead of industry veterans and car reviewers by focusing on fuel consumption, engine performance, taxes, initial purchase price and cost of ownership, maintenance and other factors that define car ownership. The process of whittling down the list into a manageable set of best cars buy and own can be stressful. But if you are looking for a short-cut and wants to invest in a car wisely, check the 10 best cars to own today.

1. 2015 Mazda 6

Mazda 6

The 2015 Mazda 6 is clearly slotted in the family sedan segment, but when it comes to performance and aesthetics the 2015 Mazda 6 easily passes as a sports car. It takes an hour or so of driving the Mazda 6 to fully discover the beauty of performance and reliability of this competent car. By the time you start driving the sedan, you’ll instantly love the steering, reliable brakes and throttle response. The Mazda 6 is fitted with a full suite of features and amenities including a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder and 184 horse engine, and there’s an optional i-ELOOP or the Intelligent Energy Loop that helps the sedan submits 40 mpg on the road. The Mazda 6 is also a safe sedan to use on the road, getting a perfect safety score from NHTSA, and was a top safety pick of IIHS. All these features and amenities can be yours for a minimum of $22,000, for 6-speed manual transmission and can go all the way to $30,000++ for Grand Touring.

 
  • Knormoer

    Oviously written by an American.

    • http://unlimitedrevs.com Alex Filsinger

      We thought that we were unbiased, but we would love your feedback.