Summer is getting closer, which means that schools are preparing for finals and graduation ceremonies. To get in the commencement spirit, I’ve compiled a list of cars that deserve their own senior superlative award. So, get your cap and gowns ready! Below are the top cars that stood out.
Most Likely to Succeed: Honda Civic
As Kelley Blue Book’s most awarded car of 2016, this newly redesigned vehicle succeeds in all categories. Last year, the Honda Civic was voted one of the coolest cars under $18,000, considered to be one of the best cars for families, and was an overall best buy of 2016.
Life of the Party: Chrysler Pacifica
It’s impossible for passengers riding in this vehicle to be bored. The Chrysler Pacifica’s UConnect Theater rear entertainment system features dual 10-inch seatback-mounted touchscreen monitors with wireless connectivity for streaming content from smartphones. The system includes built-in games and apps to keep everyone entertained on a long road trip.
Most Likely to Win an Olympic Gold Medal: Jeep Wrangler
The Jeep Wrangler is known to be a “go-everywhere, do-anything” vehicle. Whether you’re driving over mud, rocks, or sand, the Jeep Wrangler is athletic enough to withstand nearly any terrain.
Best Sense of Style: Mazda MX-5 Miata
According to Kelley Blue Book, the Mazda MX-5 Miata is the best-selling sports car of all time. This sporty convertible showcases a stylish and sleek design while still maintaining an affordable price tag.
Most Likely to Save the World: Chevrolet Bolt
As Green Car Report’s best car to buy for 2017, this eco-friendly electric car gets 240 miles of range at a decent price. This gives you the freedom to drive as much as you please while leaving your carbon footprint to a minimum.
Most Likely to Win a Marathon: Mitsubishi Mirage
Getting 39 MPG, the Mitsubishi Mirage is the most fuel efficient non-hybrid vehicle of 2017. This car can impressively drive up to 100 miles with just 2.6 gallons of gas, making it a great option for your next cross country road trip.
Most Likely to Survive an Apocalypse: Honda Accord
If you want a reliable car that you know will last a long time, the Honda Accord is the car to have. According to the Consumer Report reliability survey, this vehicle was voted most likely to last for 200,000 miles.
Most Likely to Save Your Life One Day: Volvo S90
The Volvo S90 offers more safety technology than any other vehicle on the road. This car has pedestrian, cyclist, and large-animal detection, along with lane keeping, auto braking, and road edge detection, to help you keep safe when you really need it.
Most Likely to Have the Perfect Family: Toyota Highlander
This family-friendly vehicle is safe, smart, and perfect for carpool to soccer practice. The multimedia system features five USB ports, rear seat Blue-ray DVD systems, and a microphone to project the drivers voice to the back-seat passengers. The Toyota Highlander earned a 5-Star overall safety rating from the NHTSA and was voted the best 3-row SUV for families by Kelley Blue Book, making it an ideal car for your family.
Most Well-Rounded: Toyota Camry
The Toyota Camry is consistently one of the best-selling cars in America due to its reliable performance, comfortable interior, and affordable pricing. This car has high safety scores and has recently enhanced its multimedia system, making this well-rounded vehicle a good choice.