Every year, the editors at WardsAuto release a list of the 10 best car interiors that they have tested. Any new or recently updated car is eligible, and for 2015, that meant 42 cars were considered. These cars are scored based on “materials, ergonomics, safety, comfort, value and fit-and-finish.” At the end of the process, the cars that scored best ranged from a $21,000 hatchback to a $65,000 luxury sedan.
So check out the cars below that got into the final list of 10 International New Cars With Best Interiors..
MRP: $52,550. The all-electirc BMW i3 is placed among the top 10 Cars with the Best Interiors for the year 2015. With ground-breaking design, use of recycled materials and award winning utility concept, the i3 boldly goes where many auto manufacturers are yet to explore.
Chrlysler 300C Platinum
MRP: $51,175. Chrysler takes its well regarded 300 sedan to the next level, playing even more comfortably in the space of near-luxury brands with a well-equipped rear-wheel- drive premium offering. With a fresh, confident design, innovative engineering, efficient performance, exclusive features and quality craftsmanship, the new Chrysler 300C Platinum proudly lives up to the tradition that began sixty years ago.
Ford F-150 King Ranch
MRP $60,675. The F-150 King Ranch is the lattest entry in the expansive Ford F-150 lineup to redefine light-duty trucks for customers who want it all: brute strength and a cabin that is stylishly rugged, comfortable and as spacious as the prairie it’s designed to traverse. This all-new F-150 is lighter yet stronger than ever before and it offers a host of new features and innovations that redefine the meaning of work truck convenience.
GMC Canyon SLT
MRP $40,465. The GMC Canyon SLT is a midsize pickup truck which demonstrates that the buyers need not buy a loaded full-size pickup to get lots of soft surfaces, a Bose audio system, supple and durable leather, an easily navigated touchscreen and advanced safety features. All these things are already available in this vehicle. Its cabin is precisely crafted, exceptionally quiet and comfortable, and designed to the highest standards.
Honda Fit EX-L
MRP: $21,950. The 2015 Fit line is plusher on the inside than the typical subcompact hatchback shopper might expect. With Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, Leather- Trimmed Seats, Heated Front Seats, Illuminated Steering Wheel-Mounted Cruise, Audio, Phone and Navigation Controls 7-inch Display Audio with Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ and Voice Recognition a customer gets more than what one can expect out of a hatchback.
Jeep Renegade Limited
MRP: $33,205. This new off-roaderer on the trail is basically the Italian / U.S built. What makes it stand apart from vehicles in the same category is it vibrant color scheme, blending creamy gray leather with the “Bark Brown” carpet, door trim and instrument panel. This vehicle offers practicality, unique styling and 4×4 capabilities, all at a great value.
Mazda Mazda6 Grand Touring
MRP: $33,995. The Mazda 6 used to be one of the sportier midsize sedans liked by many. The new updated version of this car arrives with interior upgrades which has put this sedan much ahead of its rivals.
Kia Sedona SXL
MRP: $43,295. The reasons to love the latest version of the Kia minivan goes beyond the aesthetics, specifically the user-friendly infotainment system, adaptive cruise control, heated steering wheel, Infinity premium audio and, of course, the second-row First Class lounge seating, with footrests. With the electric power steering in the SX and Limited trim models, the Sedona offers a Comfort driving mode.
MRP: $65,000. The Mercedes Benz C400 is a redesigned compact C-class sedan model but with features similar to that of the S-class in the interiors, at half of its cost. With 5 round vents dot the dash and the middle three resting atop a one-piece center console that terminates just below the 8.4-inch (seven-inch without the Multimedia package)
infotainment screen, the interiors of this car is cohesive and light-years more refined and harmonized than that of the CLA.
Nissan Murano SL
MRP: $41,905. Nissan’s five-passenger Murano sets out to jazz up the high-volume midsize CUV segment – and succeeds beautifully. Inside the car, you will find a lot of passenger space, reasonably good cargo versatility, and a quiet, refined ambiance throughout. The driving position is just right, and the rather low-set dash should allow even shorter drivers to feel comfortable in this model.