Car and Driver magazine came up with a list of the 10 Best Cars for 2012, according to Yahoo! Auto News. Their list is compiled all from cars under $80,000 and all of which are available for purchase by next January. Included in the list are new cars, cars with major updates, winners from their 2011 list, and cars that weren’t yet available for last year’s list.
Before purchasing one of these cars, check out all of the great benefits listed and be sure to check auto insurance quotes and make sure your premiums won’t change too drastically with one of these new cars. The Audi A6 and A7 top the list because of their excellent power, steering, structure, and bang for the buck. With 21 years on the Best Cars list, the BMW 3-series and M3 have not even had a close competitor to match their benefits. Next on the list is the Cadillac CTS-V because of its looks and power. The Ford Focus is referred to as a “street fighter” and Car and Driver recommends only getting the manual transmission with the SE Sport Package. The Ford Mustang GT/Boss 302 is on the Best Cars list because of its crazy good value; you get more power for $41,000 than anything else out there.
The Honda Accord is next on the list because of its old-school talent and goodness that has no comparisons in the industry. The Honda Fit is praised for its huge genius in a little package, the Mazda MX-5 Miata for its unrivaled characteristics, and the Volkswagen Gulf/GTI for their small yet never boring components. Finally, even though the Porsche Boxter and Cayman may increase your California auto insurance quotes, its well worth it for the amazing and pure sports car experience you’ll get from these vehicles.
Written by Sara Smart
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