If you haven’t already seen check out part 1 here.
Toyota Prius – the refreshed Prius showcases a more streamlined, sleek and stylish look.
SsangYong Musso LWB – a stretched ute with a longer wheelbase offering a claimed biggest load space on the market
Toyota RAV4 – The 2019 revamp offers a bold new look and powertrain changes.
Volkswagen Touareg – Designed to handle trailer weights of up to 3.5 tonnes, the third generation Touareg SUV brings more luxury to the market.
So how do you know which car is best for you?
With so many options releasing in just the first half of the year, the choices seem to be endless. How do you choose just one that will best suit your day to day needs – and cater to all of your wants.
There are many categories to choose from – including mirco, light (under $25k and over $25k), small (Under $40k and over $40k), medium (under $60k and over $60k), large (under $70k and over $70k), upper large (under $100k and over 100k), people movers, sports cars, small SUVs, medium SUVs, large SUVs – and finally upper large SUVs.
First off, you need to decide on the car body style that will best suit you – how many people are you going to be carrying on a regular basis? Will you need to carry child seats or have a bigger luggage capacity?
Your next consideration is the engine size and type – from petrol, diesel to electric or hybrid, manual to automatic. How far will you be driving each year? Will you need to take it off road or out of the city?