It’s about that time, folks. The new year is almost at hand and you know what that means! We’re about to see some sleek, stylish and budget-friendly cars hit the road very soon.
Automakers are promising to go all out with this incoming class of vehicles. If you’re shopping around for a new ride, why not check out what the new year has in store? Below, we compiled a list of the hottest rides that are fuel-efficient and affordable. Electric vehicles, hybrids and conventional models, there’s a lot to watch out for!
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Without further ado, let’s explore the best new models set to change the game in 2020!
2020 Nissan Maxima
Nissan has done it again. The 2020 Maxima is a full-sized sedan that is luxurious, functional and thrilling. Packed with a 300-HP VQ35 engine, it is beautifully crafted with a micro-finished forged crankshaft and high-flow tuned induction system.
The car boasts of an ergonomically designed shift lever, display commander dial and sport mode button, along with its state-of-the-art NissanConnect navigation system; compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Available in black and carbon-fibre, car enthusiasts will immediately appreciate the sedan’s quality materials and ideal placement of controls.
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2020 Hyundai Elantra
This mainstream compact sedan has plenty to offer – without cleaning out your bank account! What’s new? The upgraded continuously variable transmission (CVT) that significantly improves fuel consumption by 3 to 6 kilometres per gallon. The standard safety equipment comes with forward-collision mitigation and automatic emergency braking, lane assist and driver-attention monitoring.
The Elantra’s base 147-HP engine sure packs a punch and the electrically assisted steering delivers an enjoyable driving experience. All in all, with its emphasis on luxury and generous standard equipment, the sedan is shaping up to be a crowd favourite.
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2020 Toyota Prius Prime
Toyota describes this car as a ‘Hybrid plug-in style model that makes a statement.’ This model has bold colours, striking LED headlights and a unique dual wave rear glass that evens out the airflow.
With heightened performance and handling, the Toyota Prius Prime boasts of a driver-centric console with soft-touch materials, heated front seating and Qi wireless charging. It is great for a long drive, given the ample storage space to tote around whatever you need.
The car combines a high-capacity battery with an electric motor to pack a punch. It can achieve a top speed of 135km/hr all the whole delivering seamless acceleration.
Prime’s EV mode generates zero transmissions and still delivers an amazing performance. You won’t find much amiss with this model.
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