1 Lexus RX
You can tell that a car's doing its job well when the downsides amount to a few complaints about the Bluetooth connectivity and cupholders.
RX owners were gushing about their cars, from the looks, space and the way it drives, to the comfort, controls and the courtesy of dealers.
Running costs widened the grins further, with fuel economy, the cost of repairs and the insurance bills all being considered more than acceptable.
An emphatic victory then, with a hat-trick coming in 2011 if the Lexus can repeat the feat.
The XF's debut in the survey is a good one, as it leaps into the number two spot overall, thanks to a top score from owners in almost every area.
The IS has always made the top four, and this year is no exception. Quality, reliability and dealer service were its key strengths, say owners.
…and the cars you won't want to own
Reliability is the real killer for the Bravo, but owners also rated the car below average in every area.
The second year in a row that the 206 has come just one place from the bottom. High running costs and poor service from dealers are the key culprits.
Owners have had enough of the Ka's running costs, brakes, interior quality and space. The new Ford Ka should be included in next year's survey and has one thing going for it already: it can't do any worse.