Anyone got a permalink? I just end up at the Forbes front page.

Also, these lists rarely square with what I know both empirically and anecdotally.

You look at fleet vehicles in the UK, right?

It's a combo of:

Vans: Mercedes Sprinter, Renault Trafic/Master, Ford Transit, Vauxhall Vivaro/Movano
Utility cars/microvans: Ford Mondeo/Transit Connect, Vauxhall Astravan, etc
Basic exec/rep cars: Mondeo, BMW 1-Series, Merc C-Class, perhaps Vauxhall Insignia
Posh exec cars: BMW 3/5, Merc E, perhaps Mondeo Vignale (check 'em out, they're really quite cool), Jag XF

The factor that unites these vehicles is that they are operated by organisations and people who really don't like spending money just cuz, and who need them to work and work and work. And yet, if you're to believe the likes of JD Power, these people are all wrong and should be making their fleets out of Hyundai (most dependable brand in the 2018 JD Power survey! Has a wide range of vehicles that could service most fleet needs! Never does!), Honda, Toyota, Nissan etc. And yet year in, year out, they never, ever do.