2019 Best Cars for the Money

2019 Toyota Camry, 2019 Infiniti QX60, 2019 Honda CR-V, 2019 Kia Stinger
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U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Cars for the Money Are Here

We’ve all been there. You need a new car, but you’re not really sure what you want. You see a new model on the street, and it seems perfect. It looks good, has plenty of space, and from the way the engine sounds, seems to have plenty of power. You pull out your phone, search for your new dream car and get slapped with a cold dose of reality: There’s no way you can afford it.

Most of us aren’t able to afford exotic dream cars, but it is possible to get a vehicle that is a dream to own and that won’t turn your budget into a nightmare.

The U.S. News Best Cars for the Money awards highlight the cars, SUVs, and minivans with the best combination of quality and value in their classes. Quality is measured by each model’s overall score in U.S. News car rankings; that score is based on reviews from top automotive experts as well as safety and reliability data. Value is measured by real transaction prices reported by TrueCar, as well as by five-year total ownership costs reported by Vincentric.

Covering 14 different automotive classes, the Best Cars for the Money award winners are treats for you and your budget. There are some winners you may not have considered before but should have on your shopping list.

Read through the following pages to see this year’s winners.

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