5 Best new cars for 2011
With the economy as unsteady as it is today, and the rising gas prices, more and more people in the market for a new car will be looking for a fuel economy car. They are going to want over 30 mpg on the highway and over 25 mpg in town driving. No one is going to want to purchase a fuel guzzler. Here are some of the best new cars for 2011.
Ford Fiesta 2011
This car will be on sale this summer for a price of $13,320. This is one of the most anticipated cars of 2011. The Ford Fiesta has been on sale in Europe since
2008. Some of the reasons that it is more popular than other small cars is it is fun to drive, and has an upscale, comfortable inside, plus it has some features that is rarely seen in its class. It has heated seats, and a driver’s knee airbag. Ford estimates that this car will get 40 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg in the city.
Hyundai Sonata 2011
This fuel economy car is priced at $19,195 and has been redesigned into an unusual looking midsize sedan. It is one of the cheapest cars in their class, and has one of the longest power train warranties. Two of its standard features are the Bluetooth and XM satellite radio. Hyundau does offer this car in a four cylinder, but most people want the six-cylinder.
Nissan Leaf 2011
The starting price of this little number is $32,780, which is before the federal tax savings up to $7500. It hit the car lots in December 2010. This will be the first mass-produced all-electric vehicle. This car runs on an electric motor powered by a massive battery pack that can be charged by a standard 220-volt home outlet. There will also be quick-charge stations. The Leaf can travel, on a full charge, up to 100 miles, which is more than anybody can drive in a single day. This car is a four-door hatchback, which seats up to five people. Based on natural average electric rates, the Leaf could only cost three dollars to charge.
Infiniti M 2011
The starting price for this car is $46,250. The Infiniti M has been redesigned and is now one of the best performing full-size luxury sedans. The newer model has more power, sharper handling, and luxurious interior materials. This car is big on technology, which includes a blind spot warning that will take over the steering to avoid a crash.
Kia Sorento 2011
The starting price of the Kia Sorento is $22,395. It has lost its truck-based platform, turning into a powerful compact SUV. The Sorento has an optional third row seat. Kia estimates that this SUV will get 21 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway. It can also accommodate up to seven people.
These are the top cars of 2011 with varying prices, features, and gas mileage. Besides the electric car, the best fuel economy car is the Ford Fiesta 2011.