2017 Cars Deserving of Recognition

Tops Cars of 20172017 is wrapping up in just four months, and as a result, we’ve been seeing tons of 2018 and 2019 new car releases. It might seem as though 2017 cars are quickly becoming old news, but many of those cars have served us well.

The year 2017 gave us plenty of great cars, and Kelley Blue Book recently awarded the most deserving cars with public recognition.

Kelley Blue Book (KBB) is a vehicle evaluation and automotive research company out of California that both customers and the automotive industry as a whole look to for expertise. After researching and driving numerous 2017 releases, KBB recently released a list of cars deserving of KBB awards.

Honda Civic
According to KBB editors, the Honda Civic isn’t a first-time award winner. This car has won the “Small Car Best Buy” every year, at an affordable price of around $20,500. Packed with top technology, as well as being a family-friendly sedan, the 2017 Honda Civic is well-deserving of this award.

Jeep Wrangler
For years, Jeep has been a popular choice for those itching to enjoy the great outdoors. The 2017 Jeep Wrangler is ideal for adventuring and off-roading, which earned it the “10 Most Fun SUVs” award, as well as the “10 Coolest Cars Under $25,000” award.

Kia Optima
If you are currently shopping to purchase a family sedan, the Kia Optima is a great choice, as it was named the “Best Family Sedan.” The hybrid versions of the Kia Optima were also awarded under hybrid categories, further proving this car has a lot to offer across all available versions.

Chevrolet Impala
The Chevrolet Impala is no stranger to winning KBB awards. It has won three times under the “Best Buy” award. It has also been recognized for its reputation of being exceptionally comfortable; making it a fitting option for families.

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