Which cars are the best in the U.S.?

We’re back with a new round-up of the best cars in the United States, including our pick for the best sedan in the country, the Nissan Rogue.

Read More and our latest picks for the top midsize and smaller cars.

We’ve also collected the best new vehicles from the last 12 months, and now we’re rolling out a series of updates to the Top 50 Cars of 2018, the best of the last 15 years.

The cars in this list have been given a ranking based on the top score we give them on our new car-centric Scorecard , and then we’ve weighted the cars based on their perceived value to their owners.

For this year, we’ve given the Top 10 Cars of the Year to the new Tesla Model 3 and the Porsche 918 Spyder.

In the end, the Top Cars of 2019 were mostly the same as the Top Picks of 2018.

There were a few notable exceptions.

The Nissan Rogue is the most expensive car in the list, coming in at a staggering $90,000.

That’s just shy of the Top Pick price of the Nissan LEAF ($100,000), but it comes with a price tag of $35,000, a slight increase over the Nissan Leaf.

It’s the only car in this year’s Top 50 that is a true hybrid, which means it can be both a sedan and a SUV.

We’ve ranked it No. 2 on our Top Picks for 2019, and we think the Rogue will be one of the most attractive cars of the decade.

If you’re looking for the cheapest car on the market, we recommend the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 RS ($50,000).

The Cayenne GT (no top) comes in at No. 3, and the Mazda6 GT-R (no bottom) is No. 4.

The Nissan Rogue, however, is the best car in our list, and it comes in as the best midsize crossover in the world.

In terms of price, the Porsche is our No. 1 car of the year, followed by the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 ($39,500), Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG ($34,500) and the Audi A4 ($32,800).

The Nissan is a bit more expensive than its competition, but that’s because it has the lowest price of any car in its category.

It is also one of our most expensive cars.

If there’s one car that really sticks out in our Top Cars for 2019 list, it’s the Mazda 6 GT-RS.

This luxury hatchback is an absolute bargain at $33,500, and is the only crossover in our Best Buy Car of 2019 list that comes with an optional 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-6.

It also comes with $9,500 in destination options, including a $1,000 discount on the base price of $34,995.