Every year in the auto industry, leading car companies work to design, innovate, and produce new models for their consumers. Some of these ideas do not turn out for the best and hurt the companies brand image, while others capture the hearts of car enthusiasts and go on to become a new industry trend. Following is a list discussing some of 2017's best and worst products and why.
Best: Chevrolet Cruze
Chevrolet got it right in 2017, especially when it comes to the Chevy Cruze revival. Consumers and critics have found common ground when talking about the car, and there are a few key reasons why. For an engine, the unit thrives on a 1.4L four-cylinder turbo and six-speed automatic transition. An update of the infotainment system to accept Android and Apple platforms on the screen, as well as comfy rear passenger seating made for a relatively comfortable experience for the front. As far as miles-per-gallon goes, tests have shown an average around thirty mpg, which may reach as high as sixty mpg on the diesel model. Overall, an excellent product produced by Chevrolet last year.
Upcoming is an American company which fell short of consumer expectations last year.