As we have previously announced, we’ve decided to hold our very own Best Cars of 2017 Awards based on popular demand, following last year’s’s Best Cars of 2017 video.

There are almost 300 cars in a comprehensive list, ranging from A-segment vehicles like the Kia Picanto to supercars like the Mercedes AMG GT-S, where they will be segmented into 35 different categories. Here are the Top Three Cars that have emerged top of their categories based on our scoring system.

#ABC2018 Best Cars of 2018 – Finalists
City Car People Carrier Luxury Flagship Car
Kia Picanto Hyundai Starex BMW 7 Series
Perodua Bezza Peugeot Traveller Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Proton Saga Weststar Maxus G10 Porsche Panamera
Compact Hatch Premium MPV Premium Compact SUV
Honda Jazz Mercedes-Benz V-Class Audi Q3
Perodua Myvi Toyota Alphard BMW X1
Proton Iriz Toyota Vellfire MINI Countryman
Supermini Crossover Premium Midsize SUV
Mazda 2 Mazda CX-3 Lexus NX
Peugeot 208 Subaru XV Toyota Harrier
Volkswagen Polo Toyota C-HR Volvo XC60
Compact Sedan Midsize SUV Premium Sports SUV
Honda City Honda CR-V BMW X4
Mazda 2 Mazda CX-5 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe
Volkswagen Vento Volkswagen Tiguan Porsche Macan
Mid Size Hatchback Family SUV Premium Large SUV
Ford Focus Hyundai Santa Fe BMW X5
Hyundai Ioniq Kia Sorento Lexus RX
Mazda3 Mitsubishi Outlander Mercedes-Benz GLE
Mid Size Sedan Offroad SUV Luxury Sports SUV
Honda Civic Ford Everest BMW X6
Mazda 3 Isuzu MU-X Maserati Levante
Volkswagen Jetta Toyota Fortuner Porsche Cayenne
Family Exec Sedan Pickup Trucks Premium Family SUV
Honda Accord Ford Ranger Audi Q7
Nissan Teana Mitsubishi Triton Mazda CX-9
Toyota Camry Toyota Hilux Volvo XC90
Sports Executive Coupes Luxury SUV
Kia Optima GT Kia Cerato Coup Bentley Bentayga
Mazda 6 Subaru BRZ Lexus LX
Volkswagen Passat Volkswagen Beetle Mercedes-Benz GLS
Sportwagons Premium Compact Premium Coupe
Mazda6 BMW 1 Series Audi TT
Peugeot 508 SW MINI 3 Door BMW 4 Series Coupe
Volvo V90 Volvo V40 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe
Compact MPV Premium Family Driver’s Car
Honda BR-V Audi A4 BMW M2
Perodua Alza BMW 3 Series Honda Civic Type R
Toyota Sienta Mercedes-Benz C-Class Mini JCW 3 Door
Midsize MPV Premium Executive Dream Cars
Citroen C4 Picasso BMW 5 Series Aston Martin DB11
Nissan Serena S-Hybrid Mercedes-Benz E-Class Lexus LC
Toyota Innova Volvo S90 Porsche 911
Large MPV Executive Coupe
Ford S-Max BMW 6 Series GT
Honda Odyssey Maserati Ghibli
Kia Grand Carnival Mercedes-Benz CLS

These cars have been judged internally based on the aspects of value for money, safety, performance, handling, ride comfort and build quality to name a few, and have been given a rating from 0 to 10, with 10 being the highest score.

Following this announcement, we will also be curating related content based on these selected cars where the winner from each respective category will be announced by mid-2018.

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GC Mah likes any car that gives him the tingling sensation, just like any car enthusiast would. It doesn't have to be fast or expensive, British or Italian. A little car that's pretty and fun to drive is enough to make his day.