The car market is evolving and moving toward electric cars at a lightning pace, but do these vehicles gain high marks from the consumers who want to buy them? Consumer Reports says some of the top cars, SUVs and trucks are electric, making it possible that vehicle buyers are ready to move toward electrification.

Consumer Reports published its 2020 10 Top Pick report, which looks at what vehicles are rated the highest for consumers. The research compiled by the nonprofit organization looked at the price point over model type, placing a greater focus on safety technology for this year, and featured some electric cars as the best vehicles on the road today.

“Consumers are searching for the best car in their price range, and that's how we are presenting our findings,” Jake Fisher, Consumer Reports’ senior director of Automotive Testing, said in a statement. “You don’t need to buy from a luxury brand to get a luxurious vehicle. Our goal is to help people identify the best vehicle for their needs, at an affordable price–and with all the latest safety features.”

The real winners of the 10 Top Picks included Tesla, Kia, Honda, Toyota, and Lexus – all with one or more vehicles in the top 10 spots. Toyota received special accolades as it had four cars in the top ten, including the Prius, which made its 17th straight appearance for its reliability and eco-friendliness.

Consumer Reports also gave top grades to the Toyota Corolla in the under $25,000 category for small cars. The car offers 33 mpg and comes with a series of advanced safety features. It also performed well in the organization’s road tests, reportedly taking bumps in the road with ease.

In the $25,000 to $35,000 category, the Subaru Forester SUV reigned supreme featuring a practical design and high owner satisfaction. It also ranked well for fuel economy, road testing, visibility, and easy ingress and egress.

Also, in the $25,000 to $35,000 price category was the Subaru Legacy mid-sized sedan and Toyota Prius hybrid and Prius Prime plug-in hybrid. The Subaru Legacy comes with all-wheel drive and a smooth ride in a solid design while the Toyota Prius models offer 52 mpg and plenty of reliability.

Moving up the price ladder and sitting in the $35,000 to $45,000 category is the Kia Telluride. This midsized, three-row SUV scored the higher than any other vehicle tested, offering comfort, features, space, and capability at an affordable price point.

The Honda Ridgeline compact pickup truck also falls within this price point, featuring a carlike experience with useful features. It has a V6 engine and offers enhanced fuel economy compared to most of its competitors.

Also, in the same price category was the Toyota Avalon. This large-sized sedan has nearly a perfect score for ride comfort than any other comparable model Consumer Reports tested. It also features a V6 engine and a shifting eight-speed transmission. It also comes as a hybrid.

Coming in at $45,000 to $55,000 is the Lexus RX midsized SUV. The vehicle offers reliability, amenities, and power in a package that is priced right and sized correctly. The SUV comes in three variations and also offers a hybrid version.

Tesla also made the list with its Model 3 electric car, which the organization said was a thrill to drive. It has rapid acceleration and a near-silent ride with good handling and quick response. Consumer Reports said the car feels like a sports car but did show concerns for the car’s Autopilot feature.

The Toyota Supra sports car was also featured in the report after finally returning to the U.S. after two long decades. The car has a six-cylinder turbocharged engine, great fuel economy, responsive handling, and sharp steering, which was said to be a “treat to drive.”

2017_Toyota_Prius_Prime_02_EFC6829C382FEC9F6311F30B97768D305D509CEF The Prius Prime, which goes on sale late this fall, will go 22 miles on battery power alone, twice as far as the previous version. Photo: Toyota