This undated photo provided by Delphi shows an Audi Q5 crossover outfitted with laser sensors, radar and multiple cameras. (AP Photo/Delphi)
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Audi is the top brand in Consumer Reports' annual rankings despite the fact that its diesels cheated on U.S. emissions tests.Volkswagen AG – which owns the Audi, Porsche and Volkswagen brands – has admitted it installed software that allowed vehicles to cheat on emissions tests as far back as the 2009 model year.Consumer Reports excluded 2016 Audi, Porsche and Volkswagen diesel models from the rankings because they aren't currently being sold in the U.S.The Honda Fit was the top subcompact car and the Subaru Impreza was the top compact car.The best minivan was the Toyota Sienna.
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