Consumers' Favorites: Best Cars and Trucks at the Detroit Auto Show

Consumers' Favorites: Best Cars and Trucks at the Detroit Auto Show


Two exotic supercars overwhelmingly took the two top spots, as the 2017 Ford GT captured 36.5 percent of the vote while the 2016 Acura NSX grabbed 24.7 percent. With 6.8 percent of your votes, the track-ready 2017 Ford Mustang GT350R finished a very distant 3rd.

See how the rest of the field did in the full results below and make sure to exercise your right to vote in our next Consumers' Favorites poll.

  1. 2017 Ford GT

    1. 2017 Ford GT (36.5%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    After a dozen years' hiatus, Ford's world-class supercar returns with more power and less weight than before. We'd bet our last dollar that it will be more than worth the wait.

  2. 2016 Acura NSX

    2. 2016 Acura NSX (24.7%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    The 2016 Acura NSX promises a triumphant return for a car that once competed with the finest exotics around.

  3. 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

    3. 2016 Ford Mustang GT350R (6.8%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    With at least 500 horsepower, adaptive suspension, massive brakes, carbon-fiber wheels, super-sticky tires and no A/C or rear seat, the Mustang GT350R is one serious performance car. It should be more than ready to take on your favorite track, not to mention the Camaro Z/28.

  4. 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

    4. 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS (4.6%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    The 911 Targa 4 GTS marks the first time Porsche has coupled the performance-optimizing GTS package with the Targa body style.

  5. Hyundai Santa Cruz Concept

    4. Hyundai Santa Cruz Concept (4.6%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    More than a modern take on the El Camino, this Hyundai concept boasts seating for five, fuel-efficient yet potent diesel power and a pickup bed that can extend itself to provide cargo capacity approaching that of a midsize pickup truck.

  6. 2017 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

    6. 2017 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor (3.7%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Big, bad, bold -- the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is what happens when you take America's best-selling truck and fortify it to climb mountains or run across the desert at full throttle.

  7. 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

    7. 2016 Cadillac CTS-V (3.2%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    With abundant power and style, the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V should remain an impressive bargain among more expensive -- and less capable -- luxury performance sedans.

  8. 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider

    7. 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider (3.2%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    The two-seat 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is the convertible companion model to the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C coupe that launched in late 2014.

  9. 2016 Lexus GS F

    9. 2016 Lexus GS F (2.7%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    A luxurious interior and V8 power promise a potent combination for the 2016 Lexus GS F midsize sedan, although its competitors have already set the bar quite high in this class.

  10. 2016 Buick Cascada

    10. 2016 Buick Cascada (1.8%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Set to go against similarly sized but considerably pricier premium-brand convertibles, the Cascada is a luxury cruiser, not a performance car. Comfort, space and convenience are this Buick's calling cards.

  11. 2016 Audi Q7

    10. 2016 Audi Q7 (1.8%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Ever so slightly smaller than the original, and a lot lighter, the new Q7 promises substantial gains in handling dynamics and fuel efficiency.

  12. 2016 Nissan Titan

    12. 2016 Nissan Titan (1.4%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Additional engine choices and updated features should transform the 2016 Nissan Titan from also-ran to legitimate contender among full-size pickups.

  13. Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept

    13. Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept (0.9%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Foreshadowing a new midsize SUV, this Volkswagen's highlights are said to include three rows of seating and a wide array of engine choices. The latter are rumored to include diesel, plug-in hybrid, natural gas and electric variants.

  14. 2016 Mercedes-Benz C350 Plug-In Hybrid

    13. 2016 Mercedes-Benz C350 Plug-In Hybrid (0.9%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Pairing a turbocharged gasoline engine with a 6.2-kWh battery pack, the C350 Plug-In Hybrid can dash to 60 mph in a factory-claimed 5.9 seconds and operate under purely electric power for up to 20 miles.

  15. 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel

    13. 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel (0.9%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    The 2015 Ram 1500 is a top contender in the full-size pickup segment, thanks to a winning combination of strong powertrains, a smooth ride and a well-trimmed cabin.

  16. Chevrolet Bolt Concept

    13. Chevrolet Bolt Concept (0.9%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    With promises of a 200-mile range and a $30,000 starting price, the Chevy Bolt could make the prospect of driving a pure electric car considerably more practical and attractive for the masses.

  17. 2016 Toyota Tacoma

    17. 2016 Toyota Tacoma (0.5%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Despite new choices among midsize trucks, the redesigned 2016 Toyota Tacoma should remain a top pick thanks to a new V6, interior refinements and updated technology.

  18. 2016 Lincoln MKX

    17. 2016 Lincoln MKX (0.5%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Bold new styling and impressive technology should make the 2016 Lincoln MKX a more competitive option among premium midsize crossovers.

  19. 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE63 AMG

    17. 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE63 AMG (0.5%) - Tie

    What Edmunds.com says:
    Don't let the name fool you: The 2016 Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S Coupe 4Matic is an all-new four-door slope-back SUV packing a 577-horsepower 5.5-liter V8. The standard GLE is the upcoming replacement for the current ML-Class midsize SUV.

  20. 2015 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works Hardtop

    20. 2015 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works Hardtop (0.0%)

    What Edmunds.com says:
    The 2015 Mini Cooper Coupe gives you all the personality and nimbleness expected in a Mini along with a more distinctive look. But it's not as refined as the new Cooper hatchback, and the lack of both a rear seat and usable cargo space is a big drawback.

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