A strong showing by the flamboyant Italian car firm's 2016 model year Ghibli, after going live on autocar.co.uk just over a week ago.
It's not hard to figure out why the Ghibli ranks so highly. Launched back in 2013, the predecessor was the marque's most rounded model, while still radiating a wonderful sense of occasion.
Despite being let down by a gruff diesel motor and a stiff ride, it was a refreshing choice for those seeking an alternative to a BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E Class.
This revised 2016 Ghibli promises increased refinement, a more opulent cabin and better driving dynamics.
To read our verdict, click here.
3 - Volvo XC90
Volvo's all-new XC90 has been hovering around our top five reviews list for a handful of weeks now, proving very popular with Autocar's online contingent.
The seven-seater SUV has big shoes to fill, after the first generation XC90 was a huge success - it was the Swedish manufacturer's biggest-selling car globally during its 12-year production cycle.
This second-generation XC90 has a tough battle on its hands in the large SUV segment, which includes the BMW X5 and Land Rover Discovery.
Click here to read the Volvo XC90 review.
4 - Audi RS3 Sportback
Hot hatchbacks are always a hot topic of conversation among our readers, as they offer arguably the greatest bang for your buck with everyday usability.
Modern day hot hatches like the Volkswagen Golf R, Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG and BMW M135i now offer eye-popping levels of performance that used to be the preserve of supercars with exotic badges.
The new Audi RS3 is powered by a 2.5-litre turbocharged five cylinder engine, which pumps out 362bhp and 343lb ft of torque. Cracking 0-60mph in 4.1sec, it's now the quickest hot hatch on the market, too.
To read our in-depth road test of the Audi RS3 Sportback, click here.
5 - Dacia Duster
The compact crossover from Dacia continues to star on our most popular reviews list, having appeared in our top five run-down on multiple occasions.
Dacia's Duster has been a source of controversy ever since it was launched back in 2010. However, the robust Duster has a lot going for it, including a seriously cheap price tag, frugal range of engines and a spacious cabin.
Click here to read our verdict.
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