As every fall, Drive and Car Magazine once again organize the Best Cars poll. Year after year, we ask our readers what they think about cars sold in Europe. Nearly four hundred models in eleven categories are waiting for your votes to find out which models Hungarian motorists like best.

We’ve come across surprising twists and turns in the long history of Best Cars car voting as well as unwavering winners. A novelty, a well or badly done model upgrade, or just a transformation of people’s tastes to the forefront can raise a secret chance, or just push the best of the paper shape off the top of the podium.

The point? It is difficult to predict in advance which Hungarian readers will be the favorite cars in the Best Cars poll. Below we reveal who in each category has won in recent years.

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After the vote, Vezess and Autó Magazin will present the awards to the domestic representatives of the car brands in the framework of the gala

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Mini cars

2017 2018 2019 2020
Abarth 595/695 Toyota Aygo Toyota Aygo Abarth 595/695
(tie)
Fiat 500 Abarth 595/695 Abarth 595/695 Toyota Aygo
(tie)
Toyota Aygo Fiat 500 Fiat 500 Suzuki Ignis

Small cars

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2017 2018 2019 2020
BMW i3 VW Polo VW Polo VW Polo
Honda Jazz Toyota Yaris Toyota Yaris Peugeot 208
Mazda 2 Honda Jazz Honda Jazz Toyota Yaris

Lower-middle category

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Mazda 3 Škoda Octavia Škoda Octavia Škoda Octavia
Škoda Octavia Honda Civic Honda Civic
(tie)
Toyota Corolla
Mercedes CLA VW Golf Toyota Corolla
(tie)
Mazda 3

Mid-range

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Alfa Romeo Giulia Mazda 6 Alfa Romeo Giulia Alfa Romeo Giulia
Škoda Superb Alfa Romeo Giulia Mazda 6 Škoda Superb
Mazda 6 Škoda Superb Volvo S60 / V60 Toyota Camry

Nagyautók

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Volvo S90 / V90 Volvo S90 / V90 Kia Stinger Porsche Taycan
Maserati Ghibli Lexus GS Lexus UK Volvo S90 / V90
Mercedes E-Class Kia Stinger Volvo S90 / V90 Kia Stinger

Luxury cars

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Porsche Panamera Tesla Model S Tesla Model S Tesla Model S
Tesla Model S Audi A8 Audi A8 Mercedes-AMG
GT 4-door Coupé
BMW 7-Series Lexus LS Porsche Panamera Lexus LS
(tie)
Maserati Quattroporte
(tie)

Sportautók

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2018 2019 2020
Honda NSX Porsche 911 Porsche 911 Ford Mustang
Porsche 911 Ford Mustang Ford Mustang Porsche 911
Ford Mustang Nissan GT-R Ferrari 488 GTB
(tie)
Nissan GT-R
Ferrari 812 Superfast
(tie)

Convertibles

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Mazda MX-5 Ferrari Portofino Ferrari Portofino Mazda MX-5 / RF
Porsche 911
Cabrio/Targa
Mazda MX-5 / RF Mazda MX-5 / RF Ferrari Portofino
Mercedes S-Class
Cabrio
Porsche 911
Cabrio/Targa
Ford Mustang
Convertible
Ford Mustang
Convertible

Compact recreational vehicles

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Range Rover
Evoque
Range Rover
Evoque
Suzuki Vitara Audi Q3
Sportback
VW Tiguan Toyota C-HR Toyota C-HR Toyota RAV4
Suzuki Vitara Škoda Karoq Range Rover
Evoque
Suzuki Vitara

Recreational vehicles

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2017 2018 2019 2020
Volvo XC 90 Volvo XC 90 Alfa Romeo
Stelvio
Alfa Romeo
Stelvio
Mercedes
Class G
Volvo XC 60 Toyota
Land Cruiser
Mercedes
Class G
Audi Q7 Alfa Romeo
Stelvio
Volvo XC 90 Toyota
Land Cruiser

They are minivan

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2017 2018 2019 2020
VW Multivan VW Multivan VW Multivan VW Multivan
Mercedes
V-Class
Toyota
Prius Plus
Toyota
Prius Plus
Mercedes
V-Class
Renault Space Mercedes
V-Class
Mercedes
V-Class
Toyota
Prius Plus