Engadgets survey reveals the best and worst car for commuting around the city.
The results are from our latest survey, which took place from September to October 2018.
We asked more than 3,000 drivers in the US and Canada, and more than 200,000 passengers in Australia and New Zealand.
The average car is the fastest of the four, with a top speed of around 70km/h.
The top five fastest are: Porsche 918 Spyder, Aston Martin DB9, BMW 5 Series, Porsche Cayman and Porsche Cayenne.
The second-fastest is the McLaren P1, and the third-fastEST is the Ferrari 458 Italia.
The least efficient is the Toyota Camry, with the Toyota Corolla coming in a distant third.
It’s the Toyota Prius that offers the best value, but the price tag is also quite high.
For comparison, the top-end Tesla Model S comes in second, with an average price of $80,400.
The fastest, in order, is the Tesla Model 3, which can accelerate from 0-100km/hr in about 5.5 seconds.
For the second time, the Tesla comes in third, with average speeds of 160km/hp.
The best car is still the BMW 5 series, which offers better range than any other car on this list, and has a base price of around $65,000.
But it comes in a close second to the Porsche Caymans, with top speeds of around 100km/hour.
The Tesla Model X is a premium sports car, priced at $80 million.
Its range is more than twice as long as that of the other four, and it’s got the quickest acceleration.
The Audi A8 is the most affordable car in the survey, with prices starting at around $60,000, but it’s also the fastest, with speeds of 200km/hours.
The Ford Mustang GT is the second-most expensive, at $50,000 and the Porsche 919 Spyder is the third, at just over $45,000; the Lexus ES 350 is the least expensive, priced between $50 and $60K, but its only available in the UK and Australia.
The Nissan GT-R and Porsche 911 GT3 RS come in as the most expensive, with their ranges at around £40,000-£45,500.
We also looked at the best cars for short trips and commuter routes.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S, the Audi A3, the Nissan 370Z and the Audi RS4 all come in at around €60,900-£65,600, but both the Nissan GT, which costs less than €30,000 in Australia, and Porsche’s super-sub are the cheapest, at €50,600-£60,800.
We’ve highlighted the most popular cars for these short journeys, along with their best-value equivalents, and then compared them to each other.
We wanted to ensure that the average driver was getting a reliable, affordable car to commute to work or school, or to get around their local area, rather than a more expensive luxury.
This gave us an idea of the drivers and passengers’ habits.
We collected information on the average daily use, and average speed, of the cars.
We used our app, which allows us to share the results with you in real-time, so you can compare the results of this survey with other drivers’ and passengers’, or even compare them to the top of the road.
We looked at where drivers drive their cars, their average daily mileage and their average annual emissions, and we also compared the cars’ performance in the worst conditions, and to their performance when driving in good weather.
The survey data was weighted so that the drivers’ average speed was the same as the average vehicle’s, so the average number of miles driven per day for the cars was the average speed.
The highest-ranked cars in the list are the Mercedes-Benz GLC AMG and the Toyota 4Runner, which are the fastest cars in our survey, and have average speeds around 180km/ hour.
The worst-ranked car is, unsurprisingly, the Porsche 911, with its average speed around 80km/ h.
The Toyota Corollas are in fourth place, with only the Porsche GT-S and Toyota Camrys trailing.
The Lamborghini Huracan is the lowest-ranked, with median speeds of just 30km/ hours.