Safest, Fastest, Cheapest Cars For You This Year

 

With 2018 in full swing, there are a few cars out there on the market that we just can’t help but talk about.

2018 will be the year of the electric car for sure.

There is a huge pull for these electric and hybrid vehicles to be out on the market.

From your 100 thousand dollar Tesla, to the 30 thousand dollar new Chevy Bolt, people want options.

But there is still plenty of truck lovers, SUV lovers and classic car lovers who just want pure power.

Well, why can’t you have both?

The technology out now can rival some of those classic car muscle from way back when.

But can save you money.

You won’t even know how much you’ll like these new cars, until you actually drive them.

The best part about being a car enthusiast is that there is always new and better.

Every year the automobile market gets better and better.

It is up to us to know what is out there and how to grab it before it’s gone.

Before you go shopping for these new and amazing cars, you’ll need to do some homework.

You will also need to snatch up your cheap auto insurance. Newer cars tend to cost more to insure.

Not only that but when you have a loan out for your car, you will need to have full coverage.

Cheap auto insurance is easy to attain and easy to keep, it just depends on how much protection you want your new ride to have.

 

Let’s Talk Cars

 

The new and improved cars from the famous Toyota and Honda seem to always make the list of “best of the best”. 

But this year there are a few surprising car company who are making a strong comeback.

The Kia car company for example has always been a lower quality car that seems to try to make the list but just never does.

Well, 2018 has changed that for this car.

The Kia car company has brought out all of the stops and made their cars new and improved.

With new technology, hybrid features and a comfortable interior, who wouldn’t want one of these?

That is why Kia is the very first car we are going to talk about!

 

Kia Stinger

 

 

2018 Honda Accord

 

Now this car seems to make the cut every year.

Honda has made a car that lasts the ages. It also keeps up with the latest and greatest.

The Honda Accord is the “every persons car”.

Wether you are a family of four, or a business person trying to get to work on time, this car just keeps on giving.

Here is what is being said about the 2018 version:

 

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid

 

Now we are talking!

This hybrid is the best on the market for mid sized sedans.

Now some will say that Tesla has the monopoly on great electric cars, but Toyota has is on hybrids.

There is just no other hybrid that is so fuel efficient, safe and good looking.

You can afford these as well.

Here is what’s being said about the 2018 model:

 

 

2018 Honda Odyssey

 

Not only does the Honda Odyssey hold the title of #1 mini van, it is one of the highest ranking vehicles overall according to News and Review.

It has a score of 9.3 out of 10 score which is the highest score so far this year. Car and Driver give this car a 5 out of 5 score and Edmunds has it as a 3.9 out of five.

These are some of the highest scores I could find in any car, anywhere.

Yes! Even compared to a Mercedes Benz or Audi or Volvo, this mini van is making history.

 

Here is why:

 

 

 

2018 Ford Expedition

 

Now, let’s talk about a great SUV.

The Ford Expedition has been totally redesigned.

You can put all of those past rumors to rest, because this Ford SUV is back and better than ever.

 

 

Why Buy New?

 

OK, so most people would say that purchasing a brand new car is not a very financially reasonable thing to do.

But let’s talk about the difference between purchasing new, leasing new, and purchasing used.

How used is too used? When do cars start breaking down?

These are all very important questions to ask when you are thinking about that next car.

Some of the newer cars on the market today will last for 200 thousand miles before things start going wrong.

Now the electric vehicles don’t have gas engines right?

This means you will not have to put any money into maintenance for oil changes or other things that can go wrong with a conventional engine.

Their batteries do wear out in about 10 years (although with new technology this is changing).

The best thing to keep in mind when you are looking for new, used or electric, is what you will use this car for and for how long.

 

Lease

 

When you lease a vehicle, you have three years of “newness”. Some people love this if they use it for work or just like all the new features in their cars.

But you have a limited amount of miles. If you put more than 1000 miles a month on your vehicle, this may not be a great idea.

However, there is a catch. You have the option of purchasing your lease car at the end of your lease for a agreed upon value.

Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you take a look at the purchase price of the vehicle after three years.

The dealer will tell you right then and there how much you will owe to purchase the vehicle.

Another catch is that if you do not purchase your lease vehicle after your term is up, but you have gone over your mileage, you will pay out of the nose.

You will pay much more than expected. So before you think of a lease, understand the purpose of this car.

Keep in mind that to really get a good deal on a lease vehicle, you will need good credit.

 

Used

 

The best kind of used vehicle to purchase is one that is only a couple years old.

The value has dropped and usually lease cars that have been turned in after 2-3 years of use can be snatched up for a steal.

When you purchase a car that is 10 years old, you will start to notice issues with the mechanics of the car.

Around 100 thousand miles, things start to fall apart. Expensive things. Keep this in mind.

Buying used is great as long as it’s not super old and used.

 

 

Purchasing new, used or leasing is all fun and games. Do your homework.

Read the reviews and compare vehicles.

If you see a vehicle that has had great reviews for five year in a row, you might want to consider that one over a one hit wonder.

Last but not least, you need to enjoy your car.

So drive it before you purchase it and like it.

Really like it.

 

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