of them are from the same company. Its hard to believe that some car companies would push quality over style, just to make some sales, but that is what one company on our list is doing and millions of consumers worldwide are buying it.
Some of the most outrageous cars of the past decade have been within the crossover segment. With the likes of the PT Cruiser, Aztec and Freestyle, its hard not to forget who made this segment into what it is today. Unlike its predecessors the crossovers of today are a bit more equipped to meet the needs of consumers.
Well, another year of new tall wagons and cubes has come and gone, and it seems that crossover design is something we need to watch out for. With most of the new crossovers looking either the same or like they are the worst things on the road, I believe it is time to take action on this new segment. Someone needs to come out with segment changing design, maybe Chrysler could re-invent the PT for this decade, or maybe Mitsubishi could lend a hand with a Lancer inspired tall wagon.
When it comes to a winner this year, you really have to look at the minor good features about the cars. And even though our winner may be not as sport inspired as its previous model, we still believe that the 2010 Subaru Outback is the AutoLooks A+ winner. For having the least amount of design problems, the Outback is the true winner.
If you have to ask who the worst is then well maybe you should look back at the first-generation model. Even after dumping all of that plastic the 2010 Honda Element is still one of the worst looking cars on the road. And for that we name it the Rusty crossover of the year.