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Consumer Reports Top Picks Could Be Wrong, According to Auto Sales Figures

A white 2022 Subaru Crosstrek in a green field with a barn behind it and is a part of the car sales industry.

Consumer Reports and Car and Driver are both known for their vehicle rankings. Often, their lists more or less coincide, but occasionally there can be quite large discrepancies between them. For example, Consumer Reports’ choice of top-rated SUV landed at the bottom of a list of cars and drivers of top-selling vehicles in auto sales. You wonder if the Consumer Reports may have made a wrong choice.

Consumer reports choose SUV as last on the list of car and driver car sales

A white 2022 Subaru Crosstrek in a green field with a shed behind it and is part of the auto sales industry.

2022 Subaru Cross Trek | Subaru of America, Inc.

Like every year, Consumer Reports ranked the 2022 SUVs currently on the market in different categories. In the subcompact SUV category, one vehicle came out on top: the Subaru Crosstrek.