Top 5 Vehicles Of The Previous Year

2012 has passed, leaving behind some of the best cars in the history of automation. There were a number of cars that were released last year, but there were 5 in particular that gained the most popularity for being the fastest, reliable and fuel efficient vehicles of the year. Here they are:

1.   Ford Fiesta

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Ford Fiesta is a fun vehicle to drive. Fiesta offers a wide array of fine engines and there aren’t many downsides of the cars offered by the brand. However, some of this vehicle’s competitors do offer more space and versatility

2.       Vauxhall Corsa

Vauxhall Corsa

This vehicle looks head and shoulders above the rest of the cars because of its exterior. The front is really modernistic and gives a preview of the kind of cars we thought we would see one day, a decade back or two. The buying cost of Vauxhall Corsa and its running expenses are affordable but resale value falls flat against some rivals.

3.       Ford Focus

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Ford Focus is yet another classy vehicle that is liked by a huge number of car enthusiasts.  The vehicle is well equipped but comes in at a very competitive price. However, the interior of this vehicle isn’t as good as many of its rivals but it is still a great car.

4.       Vauxhall Astra

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This vehicle is famous for its sharp looks, smooth ride, great durability and secure handling. The buying and leasing costs of this vehicle are a bit more than the other vehicles of its kind but it is worth every penny. Some of the best features of Vauxhall Astra are its wheel designing, front exterior and its luxurious interior.

5.       Volkswagen Golf

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Volkswagen Golf is one of the most practical vehicles on the market today. A small family of 4 -5 members would consider this vehicle for its stylish, well-built and cost-effective capabilities. The resale of Volkswagen cars is also an advantage.

We look forward to the introduction of the new cars for 2013!

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