The first car on the list is Honda's redesigned 2016 Civic. The compact sedan is's Overall Best Buy of 2016. The publication praised the car for its loads of standard equipment, safety features, and cool new styling.

Honda Civic 2016

The Civic was joined by its big brother, the 2016 Honda Accord. KBB praised the Accord for its roomy, high-quality interior and rock-solid powertrain.

Honda Accord Sedan 2016

The Kia Optima makes the list as's Midsize Car Best Buy of 2016. The publication lauded the Korean sedan for its stylish, family-friendly design, as well as its high feature content.

Kia Optima Turbo 2016

Also on the list is the Hyundai Sonata. The Sonata's presence is buoyed by its value pricing, extensive warranty, solid resale value, and refined driving experience.

Hyundai Sonata 2016

Chevrolet's 2016 Malibu sedan makes the list for the additional levels of safety, comfort and efficiency afforded the model by its 2016 redesign.

Chevrolet Malibu 2016

Chevrolet's full-size Impala receives praise for its roomy interior and contemporary styling, as well as its high level of connectivity technology.

Chrevorlet Impala 2016

SUVs and crossovers are all the rage, and they're well-represented on the list. Over the years, Honda's CR-V has become the benchmark for the compact-crossover segment. This continues in 2016. KBB praised the CR-V for its roominess, versatility, practicality, and great resale value.

Honda CR V 2016

The CR-V is joined on the list by its little brother, the subcompact 2016 HR-V crossover. According to KBB, the little Honda features a surprisingly roomy second-row seat and makes for a fine city vehicle for families.

Honda HR V 2016

The Honda trio is completed by the three-row 2016 Pilot. KBB calls the Pilot the "family-friendliest midsize SUV in existence." The publication lauds the SUV for its quality accommodations and sophisticated suite of driving-tech features.

The Toyota Highlander is another three-row crossover SUV to make an appearance. According to KBB, the Highlander makes the list for its "Solid combination of comfort, quality, space and convenience features, as well as unsurpassed level of powertrain choice."

Toyota Highlander

The Nissan Pathfinder joins its fellow Japanese three-row crossovers on this list. The Pathfinder received praise for its stellar driving dynamics and useful surround-view camera. In addition, the crossover's EZ Flex and Glide child-seat system also garnered praise from the editors.

Nissan Pathfinder 2016

The 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe is the only truck-based SUV on the list. The big Chevy earned praise from KBB's staff for its rugged off-road and towing capabilities, as well as room for nine people. The publication was also impressed with the GM SUV's standard 4G LTE connectivity.

Chevrolet Tahoe 2016

The 2016 Subaru Outback is not quite a wagon and not quite an SUV. But it's able to offer the cargo- and passenger-hauling capabilities of a crossover SUV. The Subaru also received plaudits for the solid performance of its AWD system.

Subaru Outback 2016

Although the minivan segment is not the powerhouse it once was, there are still some formidable offerings in the market. Leading the way is the 2016 Honda Odyssey. According to KBB, the Honda makes the list because of its "unparalleled combination of flexibility, seating, on-road dynamics and features."

Honda Odyssey

The Odyssey's main rival also makes an appearance on the list. The 2016 Toyota Sienna made the cut due to its versatility, high resale value, and outstanding IIHS crash test performance. It's also the only minivan in the US with available AWD.

Toyota Sienna 2016

The Kia Sedona completes the minivan trio. Although it's not quite as established as its Japanese rivals, the Kia received praise for its style, functionality and modern interior, along with an impressive number of safety features at an affordable price.

Kia Sedona