Kelley Blue Book Announces Most Awarded Cars, Brands of 2021 – Ratchet+Wrench

Dec. 21, 2021—Kelley Blue Book has named its 10 most awarded cars and brands of 2021, according to a press release. 

To compile these lists, Kelley Blue Book’s experts culled through all of the winners from the company’s 2021 awards programs, tallying the cars and brands that were awarded most often.

Top 10 Most Awarded Cars

  1. Toyota RAV4
  2. Hyundai Elantra
  3. Toyota Sienna
  4. Jeep Wrangler
  5. Kia Telluride
  6. Toyota Corolla
  7. Kia Seltos
  8. Toyota Tacoma
  9. Hyundai Santa Fe
  10. Subaru Outback

Top 10 Most Awarded Brands

  1. Toyota
  2. Hyundai
  3. Ford
  4. Kia
  5. Honda
  6. Subaru
  7. Jeep
  8. Lexus
  9. Mazda
  10. Nissan

“Our team works year-round testing and reviewing vehicles, along with examining all kinds of relevant data, to compile our recommendations for the best cars in a wide range of categories – all with the ultimate goal to help car shoppers as they navigate their journey. The standout vehicles are strong enough that they often appear on multiple lists, and the top brands boast lineups full of award winners,” Jason Allan, director of editorial for Kelley Blue Book, said in a statement. 


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