And the majority are highly affordable.
Bespoke interiors are all the rage, but carmakers are creating impressive cabins right off the bat. WardsAuto has been taking a look at some of the best interiors to have emerged in 2015, whittling down 42 vehicle interiors to just ten. These are all new entries for the year, and are either all-new or have received a significant facelift. “Each vehicle is scored based on materials, ergonomics, safety, comfort, value and fit-and-finish," according to the criteria with “aesthestics and design harmony" accounting for 20 of the 100 points that can be awarded.
“It’s important that great interiors be available in every class of vehicle, not just luxury models that most consumers will never be able to afford,” said Drew Winter, WardsAuto World Editor-in-Chief. “In this year’s competition, we saw a lot of evidence that automakers are thinking creatively about interiors and putting a lot of design horsepower into not just luxury vehicles, but pickups, minivans and family sedans. And they are investing more in high-quality trim materials, electronic features and other details that will surprise and delight shoppers.” Listed by price, the top 10 new interiors of 2015 are listed below:
2015 Honda Fit EX-L ($21,590) 2015 Jeep Renegade Limited ($33,205) 2016 Mazda6 Grand Touring ($33,395) 2015 GMC Canyon SLT ($40,465) 2015 Nissan Murano SL ($41,905) 2015 Kia Sedona SXL ($43,295) 2015 Chrysler 300C Platinum ($51,175) 2014 BMW i3 ($52,550) 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch ($60,675) 2015 Mercedes C400 ($65,000)