Technology and new specs are always bringing the next big thing and the next big thing can be found in the next car that you’re looking at buying. Whether you’re looking for something to handle tough weather or maybe something to cruise the streets for the weekend, 2017 will offer you a lot of choices. To get you into the upcoming year properly, we’re gearing your motor to check out the top ten new cars coming out in 2017.
10. Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Coming in early 2017 is the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. This sleek SUV is sure to bring you what you need — delivering both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. In such a competitive market place, bringing thi SUV is sure to make Alfa Romeo’s new vehicle a hit in the field.
9. BMW 5 Series
Can you think of any cars that present a much more better design and overall feel? Maybe so, but it’ll be difficult. With the new BMW 5 Series, 2017 will be a great year from Bayerische Motoren Werke. For the first time ever, the 520d ED model will be hazed below the 100g/km CO2 emissions.
8. BMW X2
The BMW X2’s three-cylinder 1.5-litre, may use an electric motor. As 2017 looks to be the year of sleek SUV’s, the X2 series is nothing to slouch on. Of course, it’s a much sportier than the previous X1 model, adding in a more sturdier texture and 100g/km CO2 emissions.
7. Ford Fiesta
What is there to look forward to in the Ford Fiesta? There’s plenty — considering it’s the top-selling car in the United Kingdom, the Fiesta will only be better in the years to come. Ford is really focusing on the interior and specs of the car. Available in early 2017, it’ll be another probable win for Ford, once again.
6. Honda Civic
The new Honda Civic will be different in a number of ways — different from its previous look, Honda adds more value to the 2017 model. The body sits low to the ground, but the width and division of the length, add a casual yet very sporty look that cannot be denied. Working more on the fuel efficiencies, the 0.6-litre i-DTEC diesel adds the perfect twist.
5. Hyundai i30 N
The Hyundai i30 N is more than just a hatched-back vehicle. Do not let the hatch fool you, the speed is at its best on this series. Similar to the Ford Focus, the car is efficient to the buyer’s financial situation. Featured with a 1.6-litre turbo engine, you can get this car on the road, in early 2017.
4. Kia GT
The 2017 Kia GT is built for a sleek and fast performance on the road. Taking similar designs from the Porsche Panamera, the new Kia comes with 50mpg-plus fuel economy — it seems all-too unreal for Kia. Who would have thought Kia could come up with such a great look? Now achieved, does it catch your eye for something you’d consider for 2017?
3. Porsche Panamera
Porsche’s 2017 Panamera is a spike in price — compared to other vehicles we have showed you thus far. However, it may be worth the purchase for you, personally. The petrol and diesel engines are expected to be turbocharged. If this model isn’t for you, a possible hybrid version may curve your interest in that direction.
2. Suzuki Ignis
Suzuki is also ushering in a sleek design on their 2017 rollouts. The Ignis seems to blend qualities of a Mini Cooper, SUV, and hatchback. Brining four-wheel drive to this model, the Japanese brand will look to break away from competition rather quickly.
1. Nissan Pulsar Nismo
The Nissan Pulsar is souping things up for 2017, bringing in a sporty look for the road. The 1.6-litre turbo engine has an up-in-the-air feel when it comes to just how much power pushes out of this bad boy. Although the car comes pretty souped up, the buyer can add additional features. The plan for the Pulsar has been made public since 2014 – now it’s almost time to see what the car can really do.