Best Vizio TVs of 2018By Lee Neikirk
If you want the best Vizio TV you can buy right now, we recommend the company's P Series (available at Amazon). Starting at $999, the P Series delivers awesome 4K/HDR performance for much, much less than the flagship TVs from other manufacturers.
Generally, Vizio TVs come in a few "core" series: the D, E, M, and P Series, which run the gamut from budget-friendly to high-end, respectively. We've personally reviewed and tested every 2017 Vizio series, and can stand by their performance and value.
Updated January 11, 2018
Vizio P Series
Vizio P SeriesBest Overall
Vizio's P Series, year after year, brings the latest TV tech to the people for a lot less money than the high-end flagship models. The 2017 P Series is no different, bringing you HDR and 4K resolution, smart features, a sturdy design, and plenty of great performance at value-friendly prices.
Available in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch sizes, the P Series starts at just $999, which is way cheaper than the high-end stuff from Samsung and LG. Despite the price difference, most viewers would be wholly blown away by Vizio's P Series unless they were watching it side-by-side with an OLED. Read the full review.
Vizio E Series
Vizio E SeriesBest Overall
One step down from the M Series, the 2017 Vizio E Series is one of the most affordable options for 4K/HDR this year. It's available in 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, and 80-inch sizes starting at a very reasonable $499 for the 55-inch version.
Each size gets you a good HDR TV that also uses Vizio's "Smart Cast" system and the full-array local dimming backlights that give the TVs such good contrast performance for LED sets. All in all, these are a great choice for getting HDR content without breaking the bank. Read the full review.
Vizio M Series
Vizio M Series
Vizio's 2017 M Series is one of the year's best options if you're looking for futuristic features like 4K resolution and HDR playback without paying an arm and a leg. The M Series TVs feature Vizio's "SmartCast" Google Cast system and the company's lauded full-array local dimming backlight systems.
The M Series is also one of the more flexible options on the list, offering decent HDR in 50, 55, 65, 70, and 75-inch sizes starting around $600 for the 50-inch model, which is a very solid price for everything you're getting. Read the full review.