Which vehicle should you buy with the best interior?


Car buyers need to know how they should fit the interior into their vehicles to make a smart decision, says a study released today.

Read more about interior » The findings come from the Center for Automotive Research’s 2016 Consumer Perception Study, a multiyear effort to understand what consumers want in their cars.

They’re based on more than 500 interviews and a detailed survey of over 500 owners of vehicles with interior materials.

For the study, the center surveyed 1,300 vehicle owners to determine which cars are most likely to be comfortable for passengers and for the environment.

It also asked them to rate their car interior on 10 dimensions.

The survey asked owners to specify whether the car’s design is comfortable for occupants, for the cabin, or for the interior.

In each dimension, the researchers looked at the level of comfort, comfort for occupants and comfort for the space, and they also asked how much space is left in the vehicle for the passenger compartment, if there is an extra storage space, if the driver has a rear seat or if the front seat is elevated.

For this study, car owners were asked to describe their vehicles interior and to identify which dimensions are most important.

They were also asked to rate the quality of the interior on a scale from 0 to 5 stars, ranging from 0 (very poor) to 5 (very good).

In this study the most common dimensions included a width of 30 inches, a depth of 12 inches, and a width/depth ratio of 3.5 to 4.5.

In general, these dimensions are considered to be the best for passenger comfort and for space.

For some reasons, there is a greater gap between a 4.0 and 4.7 in the ratings of comfort.

The most common reason for this is that car designers use these dimensions to calculate the width and depth ratio of the rear seat and for rear cargo.

But they don’t account for the width of the cargo area.

The study also found that a vehicle with a narrower interior also has less space left for the rear cargo area, even though the passenger area is not as high as the interior dimensions.

The study found that most owners rated the quality and design of the passenger cabin as very good.

They also rated the interior as very nice and comfortable for people with wheelchairs.

Overall, the study found no differences between the dimensions of a car and that of a truck.

But the study also showed that car owners are more likely to judge the quality or design of a passenger cabin to be worse than a truck, and it’s even more likely that they would judge a truck’s interior to be more comfortable than a car’s.

The findings are based on a total of 6,500 vehicle owners, but the study included a smaller number of owners from the top five manufacturers.

The top five are Tesla, Ford, Toyota, Volkswagen and Hyundai.

In addition, there were drivers from several other car companies, including Honda, BMW, Volkswagen, Lexus and Porsche.

These results are based primarily on a comparison of the car and truck models.

The overall study included 2,200 owners of cars and 2,300 owners of trucks.

The researchers also asked owners how much room is left for a rear passenger seat, if a driver has the rear-seat back-up and if there’s a back seat that’s elevated.

The report found that the drivers with the rear seats raised rated the vehicle’s interior as more comfortable.

The driver with the back seats lowered rated the car as less comfortable.

The results show that while the number of people who rated the exterior of the vehicle as very comfortable, the number who rated it as less pleasant, were the same across all the dimensions, the drivers rated the comfort of the vehicles in terms of comfort for passengers.

The differences were statistically significant.

But while there were statistically similar ratings for the exterior dimensions, there was no significant difference between the comfort ratings for passenger dimensions.

This means that if the drivers of a vehicle want the comfort that is best for passengers, they’ll find it in the rear of the cars, the report says.

This study does not address the issue of whether or not the driver of a new car can be more likely than others to install a rear-view camera.

A rear-camera installation can be beneficial for some people, but for others, it can cause problems for safety, the authors write.

The report is published in the journal Transportation Research Part C.