The vehicles that won our hearts over
Another year has come and gone, and with that time period has come another crop of automobiles that have set out in attempt to impress and woo drivers yet again. It's difficult not to appreciate this progress. Since year-end is a time to reflect on another 365 days past, the team at MSN Autos Canada decided to take stock on what the last 12 months have brought to the world of cars.
While many of our team of autos journalists agree that most of the vehicles launched in the past year were decent, there are some cars that unequivocally stood out amongst the herd. Click through the photo gallery to find out which cars topped our list of the best vehicles of the year.
A Russian girl with a hatred for litterers scoops up other people's trash and throws it back in their cars. They definitely aren't too happy about it!
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