Cars with the Best & Worst Visibility
I don't know about you, but I hate cars that are hard to see out of, or those that have large blind spots. Unfortunately, a lot of cars today have compromised visibility due to aerodynamic design and roof strenght requirements.
As part of their extensive road tests, Consumer Reports rates how well different-sized drivers can see out of the front, rear, and sides of the vehicle. Below, you will find the best and worst vehicles when it comes to visibility.
Best Cars for Visibility
- Subaru Forester
- Subaru Outback
- Subaru Legacy
- Land Rover Range Rover
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport
- Honda Fit
- Mercedes E-Class
- Honda Accord
- Nissan Altima
Worst Cars for Visibility
- Nissan Z
- Porsche Boxster
- Honda CR-Z
- Buick Encore
- Infiniti QX70
- Toyota Tundra
- Nissan Pathfinder
- Smart ForTwo
- Jeep Wrangler
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- Best Rebates, Incentives, and Lease Deals
- Latest Car Buying Scams and Tricks
- The Best & Worst Time to Buy a Car
- Which Cars You Should Avoid