As 2017 comes to an end, it’s human nature to begin thinking about updating your life with new year’s resolutions, latest technology, and even a new car. After sifting through an immense amount of 2018 model reviews, here’s a top pick list for cars in 2018.
Toyota Camry/Camry Hybrid
The Toyota Camry, as well as the Camry Hybrid, are widely popular cars and have been since the beginning of their existence. While the Camry isn’t a sports car, it’s perfect for everyday driving in a comfortably controlled vehicle. In this model’s update, the battery pack was moved from the trunk to under the seats, giving it easier handling.
As we all know, hybrids are great cars in terms of sustainable milage. The Camry Hybrid averages 44-51 mpg city and 47-53 mpg highway. Overall, this should be 2018’s go-to for a versatile sedan.
Changing the game of sport sedans, Kia launched it’s new and improved model– the Stinger. As Kia’s fastest 0-60 mph in just 4.7 seconds the Stinger GT is taking sports cars to a luxurious level. The interior technology was designed to impress with a voice-recognition bluetooth system and a stunning touch screen display.
For a new-age, sleek sedan, the Chevrolet Volt takes first place. This car has a 1.5L high-efficiency engine and two electric motors. With full power, this car is expected to average over 1,100 miles between electric and gas tank fill-ups. Running on a fully electric charge, this model then generates electricity using a gas-powered generator once the electric battery charge runs out.
Upgraded from the 2017 model is the 2018 Hyundai Sonata. The Sonata makes for an affordable car that provides a smooth, safe ride through blind spot protection and other bells and whistles. The relaxed, wrapped leather interior will put you at ease for a comfortable ride wherever you go.
If you’re looking for an SUV that provides mid-sized luxury compared to a top notch luxury sedan, the Volvo XC90 is a great choice. With advanced safety and driver’s assistance, this is you’re all around perfect family vehicle. The small engine of the XC90 packs big power into a 4-cylinder. An interesting feature of this car is it’s air suspension. When the car is parked, you can lower the rear, or even the entire vehicle for easier loading.
Whether you prefer to ride in style or simply get the best bang for your buck, this well-rounded list is bound to have a car that suits you in 2018.