Now, instead of dealing on each of the categories on what makes a car the "best car", what is done here is naming the best cars that are based on the experiences of consumers who have driven them and bought them, most importantly.
The cars presented are not the most expensive, the fastest, nor the most glamorous ones, but instead, are the vehicles that did best on what it needs to do. The cars presented here are based on Focus2Move Global Mobility Database. This presents the cars that gain the greatest amount of appeal and hype throughout the world.
The Toyota Corolla tops the list. This has been the trend for the previous years, making this pick an unsurprising one.
It even outpaced the Volkswagen Golf, selling over 134,000 units. This makes it a quick favorite for the masses.
The Toyota Auris is the favorite vehicle in the UK, that can be compared to the impact that Corolla has. However, this does not show the same magnitude and fame that is has received from its Toyota Corolla Asian counterpart.
For vehicles that are used for commercial purposes such as for carrying and transporting goods, the Ford F-Series pick-up lines dominate the field. In the meantime, the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V are the favorite SUVs in the market today.
The Hyundai Tucson is not to be snubbed, as it is also purchased by a lot of people. Although it is unable to make it to the Top 10 List, it is still noteworthy to be mentioning it as it increased in sales significantly, from 94,267 units in the first quarter of 2015 to 285,060 units in 2016's first quarter.
It is very possible that it can bump out the other vehicles in the list in the future.