The hottest cars of the year are just around the corner and here is your sneak peek of what is coming.
Yes, expect more hot rods this year with the 425-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT8, 426-horsepower Chevrolet Camaro, and 550-horsepower Ford Mustang GT500. Not only these but a couple of imports as well including the Subaru’s Impreza WRX/STI and Audi’s A3 offering turbocharged and all-wheel-drive.
Motor Trend gave the new Chevrolet Volt the title of “Car of the Year”. This hybrid starts at $40,280 offering technologically advanced features and amenities that you are sure to love. This car operates in either gas/electric or full electric modes. Other hybrids on the list include the Toyota Prius wagon, 206-horsepower Hyundai Sonata and the sporty new Lexus CT.
Ford has spruced up its Explorer with new styling, front wheel drive, and improved mileage. Other new debuts include the Mazda’s compact M5 minivan and Nissan’s redesign of the Quest.
Family vehicles are also on the list with price tags between $16,800 to $33,000. Here you will find revisions and more eco-friendly vehicles like the Volkswagen Jetta, Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Cruze, Toyota Avalon, and Chrysler 200.
In this group, you will find vehicles between $14,000-$20,000 range including the Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit Sport, Nissan Versa and Toyota Yaris.