Average car maintenance was an important topic of conversation at CES, as automakers worked to improve the safety of their vehicles.
But it also brought up a question about whether or not automakers were using the right information to help consumers make informed decisions about their cars.
For the first time, Consumer Reports released a list of the top 10 vehicles that consumers most frequently bought in 2017.
It ranked vehicles by the cost of their maintenance and safety features, as well as how often they were driven daily.
Consumer Reports also asked the automakers to rank how often people drove them daily, whether the vehicle was a daily driver, or daily and weekly.
As it turns out, there’s a lot more to the cars’ performance than just price.
The best-selling vehicle in the U.S. was the Volkswagen Golf, with a $28,000 price tag.
That’s almost twice as much as the second-most expensive car in the list, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, with $14,000.
For comparison, a 2016 Mazda Miata, which is priced about $15,000, has a $12,000 sticker price.
In the same list, a Nissan Versa, which comes in at $22,000 in the price range, is second to the Volkswagen in terms of daily driving.
The Toyota Corolla, which makes about $19,000 per vehicle, is third.
The Chevrolet Camaro, which goes for $23,000 a year, is the only other vehicle on the list with a price below $20,000 — even if it’s a four-door hatchback.