So you’re inching to get your hands on that brand new car you’ve been eying for months now. You’ve saved up enough to keep you covered, but the big decision now lies on what car to buy. For starts, here are the Top 3 Upcoming Cars in 2013 which you might want to consider as well.
- 2013 Aston Martin DB9 (est. $193,730)
This high-end, next-generation Aston Martin DB9 currently under test drives in the United Kingdom. Aston has bestowed this brand-new Vanquish with a 55-hp bump. It is rumored that this new car will receive a number of components from the 20-hp-stronger Virage as well as updates derived from the Vanquish. The fresh look of this car makes it one of the best bachelor choices. It will make use of a version of Aston’s fourth-generation VH architecture. It will not feature carbon-fiber body panels or structural reinforcement that’s abundant in the new range-topper. This new car is set to be sold in two distinct dynamic levels: as a base-like model while the other which will be featuring more performance upgrades. It will run through a 5.9-liter V-12. The V-12 is estimated to be at 500 hp, up from the current DB9’s 470 hp. It will make this new D9 more powerful and fuel efficient.
- 2013 Fiat 500E (est. $36,050)
This electric Fiat 500 mule was spied while it was testing wearing a what-could be its near-production bodywork. It boasts of lettering adorns the dashboard; and this battery-powered 500 has yet to receive an official name, but has been rumored to be called the Fiat 500E.
While the Fiat 500 can hardly consider a sales success in the U.S., and has one of the most retro designs, its appeal could be that it is rushing toward its expiration date. Nowadays, when more people are raving for economic-friendly living, eco-friendly electric variant should probably help boost its sales. Chrysler is mostly responsible for the development of the 500E’s electric running gear, which is being installed in the small Fiat. It contains a lithium-ion battery pack, which has now basically become the industry standard for full-on EVs, as it powers a 100-hp electric motor which drives the 500E’s front wheels.
- 2013 Honda Civic (est. $16,545)
The Honda Civic sedan is on a Generation 9.1. Honda is known for its full-own power and fuel efficient cars which make this one really something to look out for. This 2013 model boasts of better car interiors, as well as a fresher look and feel than the regular Honda Civic. It is powered on the 140-hp inline-four will return as the mainstay engine, and the Si will keep its 201-hp mill. It is expected to compete with the new models of Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra, Mazda 3, Nissan Sentra, Toyota Corolla. But despite its competition, Honda is known for its sustainability as proven by its long years as one of the leading car manufacturers.
Kris is an auto consultant and a broker who deals in used and new cars. Occasionally he visits Agentauto to look for used SUV on sale.