10 best family cars of 2017, according to Parents Magazine and Edmunds

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For families looking for a new car, Parents Magazine and Edmunds came out with their annual list of best vehicles to buy for 2017, with a top car in each of 10 categories.

Ranging in price from $16,100 and up, check out below some of the top new cars for the year.

Best Eco-Friendly Car: Chevrolet Bolt EV

Cost: $29,995 (after $7,500 federal tax credit) Notable
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Cost: $29,995 (after $7,500 federal tax credit)
Notable features: Can travel up to 238 miles on one charge, charge seven devices at once and has built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.

Best Budget Vehicle: Kia Soul

Cost: $16,100 Notable features: Lots of cargo space,
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Cost: $16,100
Notable features: Lots of cargo space, six-speaker audio system and XM satellite radio and Bluetooth connectivity.

Best Hatchback: Subaru Crosstrek

Cost: $21,695 Notable features: Voice-command entertainment, all-wheel drive
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Cost: $21,695
Notable features: Voice-command entertainment, all-wheel drive vehicle, additional adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking available.

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Best Small Sedan: Honda Civic

Cost: $18,740 Notable features: Multi-angle rearview camera and
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Cost: $18,740
Notable features: Multi-angle rearview camera and trunk space for two strollers.

Best Sedan: Hyundai Sonata

Cost: $21,950 Notable features: Offers roomy backseat that
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Cost: $21,950
Notable features: Offers roomy backseat that can seat three teens, as well as Apple CarPlay and tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.

Best Midsize Crossovers: Mazda CX-5

Cost: $24,045 Notable features: Offers Bluetooth and seven-inch
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Cost: $24,045
Notable features: Offers Bluetooth and seven-inch infotainment system, and safety-upgrade package.

Best Midsize Crossovers: Honda CR-V

Cost: $24,045 Notable features: Offers a large storage
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Cost: $24,045
Notable features: Offers a large storage bin, two device-charging ports and roomy door pockets.

Best Wagon: Subaru Outback

Cost: $25,645 Notable features: User-friendly touchscreens and plush
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Cost: $25,645
Notable features: User-friendly touchscreens and plush seating, as well as available EyeSight safety features and automated reverse braking.

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Best Minivan: Chrysler Pacifica

Cost: $28,595 Notable features: The Pacifica carries up
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Cost: $28,595
Notable features: The Pacifica carries up to eight passengers, features active noise cancellation and the Uconnect infotainment system.

Best SUV: Toyota Highlander

Cost: $30,630 Notable features: The Highlander has a
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Cost: $30,630
Notable features: The Highlander has a V6 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission and five charging ports, as well as a safety bundle.

Honorable Mention: Nissan Rogue

Cost: $23,820
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Cost: $23,820

Honorable Mention: Mazda 3

Cost: $17,845
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Cost: $17,845

Honorable Mention: Mercedes-Benz GLC300 SUV

Cost: $39,150
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Cost: $39,150

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Honorable Mention: Hyundai Santa Fe

Cost: $30,800
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Cost: $30,800

Honorable Mention: Honda Odyssey

Cost: $29,990
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Cost: $29,990

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