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Ward’s 10 Best Interiors

Posted on 13 April 2011 by admin

Ward’s recently announced their 10 best interior winners.  The Tonkin Family of Dealerships is proud to retail six of the 10 best interior winners, on a retail level.  The remaining vehicles should be available on a pre-owned basis.
  1. Audi A8.  The meticulously designed and crafted interior of the A8 creates a sublime cabin environment. The evolution of this luxury benchmark includes hand-selected materials and thoughtful details for maximum luxury, convenience and comfort. Leathers are of the highest quality. Wood inlays are hand burnished, while metallic accents create a tactile experience all their own. No other car offers the comfort and total luxury of the all-new Audi A8. Once approved, tolerances where wood, leather and polished aluminum intersect are stringently controlled and cannot exceed a .2 millimeter variance. The result is an interior that feels solid, welcoming and luxurious.
  2. BMW X3 xDrive35i
  3. Chevrolet Cruze 2LT RS.  Cruze challenges conventional compact wisdom with one simple word: more. Its cavernous, quiet interior and beautifully sculpted exterior feel like luxury. Cruze is filled with performance, safety and technology features you won’t believe come in a compact. Want more?  How about 10 standard air bags and OnStar® Turn-by-Turn Navigation standard for the first six months. And there is still more to the “more.”
  4. Dodge Charger Rallye Plus.  “Compared to your typical Detroit sedan of just a few years ago, the Charger’s cabin is tastefully designed and looks clean without appearing austere.” — Road and Track.  “Front occupants get plenty of elbowroom and legroom, and rear legroom is ample. Headroom in models equipped with a sunroof is good but not vast.” — Cars.com. “Headroom is plentiful, as is space around the hips and shoulders, and youd need to be pretty tall to fill the foot wells. The same goes for front seat room.” — Automobile.com.
  5. Ford Focus Titanium
  6. Honda Odyssey Elite.  The all-new Odyssey is packed with features designed to make your life easier. The driver’s seat features 10-way power adjustment, including power lumbar support (EX and above), so you’re in complete control of your world, with all you need either hands-free or within hands’ reach.
  7. Hyundai Elantra Limited.  The 2011 Hyundai Elantra’s most talked-about interior feature is its heated leather seats that come with the Limited trim. On the Limited trim, you can also get the Preferred Equipment Package that has 16-inch alloy wheels, steering wheel audio controls and Bluetooth. There’s also the Navigation Package, which includes a navigation system with a seven-inch screen and a rear view camera, but if you want navigation on the GLS trim, you also have to buy the Preferred Equipment Package. The Premium Package is only available with the Limited trim and adds a navigation system, a rear view camera and push button start.  The GLS Elantra’s standard features aren’t quite as impressive. This trim comes with a basic audio system, XM Satellite Radio, power door locks and windows, remote keyless entry and a tilt steering wheel. The Elantra does not come with air conditioning, but it can be added in the GLS Popular Equipment Package.
  8. Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Summit
  9. Kia Optima EX.  From the moment the door opens, Optima presents an immediate sense of a driver’s car. The instrument panel is contoured toward the driver to suggest a cockpit feel with precise gauges and controls for an overall sport performance experience without sacrificing comfort or roominess. Paddle shifters behind the steering wheel convey that Optima is built for people who are passionate about cars. A high console with a short shifter adds to the cockpit perception while an available panoramic sunroof provides an open-air feeling. Offering occupants both space and comfort with a number of standard convenience features, the sedan’s chic cabin unifies with the exterior design by welcoming its passengers with lean and ergonomic seat design and effective storage throughout. Modern standard features such as a six-way adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar support, illuminated vanity mirrors with a ticket holder and a trip computer further expand the cabin’s luxurious qualities.
  10. Volvo S60

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