Our inaugural Best Value Vehicles ranking takes a different approach to car rankings. Car classes are thrown out the window in favor of a more value-centric approach. Not all cars offer the same thing, and that's ok, but there are a few cars that stand out as fantastic choices no matter what segment you're shopping.
Not all cars need to be practical to be Wyse. In some cases, a sports car, that offers exceptional performance, can also offer exceptional value. The MX 5 Miata offers inspiring handling, an improved power to weight ratio, and a new hard top convertible option. For a car that gets over 27mpg, the Miata makes you feel connected to the road and offers a true drivers experience for an extremely reasonable price. While it may not be great for hauling the family to soccer practice, the Miata offers a lot for a very reasonable price. If you are in the market for a true sports car, the Miata would be a very Wyse choice.
The Honda CR-V could have also easily won the Wyes-Gold award for the same reasons that the Impreza took the top spot. The CR-V is well equipped with all-wheel drive and safety features like standard lane assist and blindspot detection. The CR-V also looks and feels like a mid-size SUV. It has grown up from the micro-SUV of yesteryear and it is now spacious and inviting. The CR-V is a vehicle you just can't argue with in terms of functionality and value. The CR-V is ready to get your groceries or haul you up the slopes.
Not only does the Subaru Impreza offer incredibly low cost of ownership, but it offers exceptional utility as well. Here at Walletwyse we believe in making informed decisions that also just make sense. The Subaru Impreza with its standard all-wheel drive, admirable power, functional size, and impressive reliability is a package that will satisfy many buyers. When pared with exceptionally high resale value, low maintenance costs, and respectable fuel economy, recommending the Impreza becomes easy.