Top Five Cars Of 2016

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Car buyers across the world have nearly 300 models to choose from in 2016, ranging from trucks, to sedans and SUVs.

All this variety can make your choice a hard one though.

So to make deciding between some of these stunning vehicles a little easier, we’ve rounded up the 5 best new cars that have appeared in 2016, and the ones still to come.

Here they are:

Abarth 124 Spider

Price £29,565, On sale Now

Abarth has worked its magic on the Fiat 124 Spider to come up with a desirable and dynamically capable roadster that takes the fight to the car on which both models are based: the Mazda MX-5


Alfa Romeo Giulia

Price £29,180, On sale Now

The Giulia is Alfa Romeo’s latest crack at the executive saloon class. It’s been nearly six years since the old 159 was axed, but the newcomer promises much more – even in a tough market that demands prestige, performance and thrift in equal measure. Rear-wheel drive, well equipped, attractively priced and, of course, beautifully designed, the Giulia appears to have the recipe nailed.


Aston Martin DB11

Price £154,90, On sale Now

After 13 years, the DB9 has been replaced by the new DB11. Unmistakably an Aston Martin, yet freshly detailed, the newcomer is wide and low with a trick ‘floating’ roof. It sits on a brand new aluminium chassis and is powered by a 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12, which gives 0-62mph in 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 200mph. The rear wheels are driven through an eight-speed ZF auto box.


Audi A5

Price £32,000 (est), On sale November

The latest Audi A4 tells us plenty about what we can expect from the A5 coupe when it arrives in November. It has a low, wide stance, while adding Audi’s latest grille and LED light signature.


Audi Q2

Price £22,380, On sale Now

Audi’s smallest Q model aims squarely at younger buyers by ditching the Russian doll styling of the brand’s other SUVs. Chunkier, funkier and more customisable than any other Audi, the Q2 features a wide ‘floating’ C-pillar, thick bumper inserts and a brighter colour palette. Practicality isn’t the car’s strongest suit, but it still seats five and has a split-folding rear bench, plus its 405-litre boot is only 15 litres down on the Q3’s.


Kelechi is a writer at The Herald. His many penchants include Poetry, Coding and Rock music. When he is not writing, Kelechi is probably binging on a TV show.

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