Enter 2017 – The Best Cars to Start the Year Right

With 2017 comes a new range of cars that are ready to take over roads. From sleek exteriors to efficient powertrains, car enthusiasts are sure to set their eyes on some of the most competent set of cars in the automobile market.

If you’re looking for a new ride that’s ready to impress, you can’t miss out on these models:

2017 Honda Accord

When it comes to quality, the Honda Accord has a decades-long of reputation to uphold. This model places third out of 19 mid-size cars – US News gives this model an overall rating of 8.7 out of 10. The Honda Accord has an excellent fuel economy, as it sips less fuel than other mid-size cars in its range. It has comfortable interiors, making it perfect for buyers who want a good ride.

2017 Bentley Bentayga

With a top speed of 187 mph, there’s no doubt that Bentley’s Bentayga is the fastest SUV to date. Apart from its speed, one of the things that makes the Bentayga a notable vehicle this 2017 is its off-road capability. This makes it a hybrid of luxury SUV and off-road automobile, which is a sure hit to many Bentley fans.

2017 Nissan Maxima

With its LED headlights, blacked out C-pillar, and front grille, Nissan Maxima looks just about what it claims to be – a four-door sports car. It has a strong and efficient V6 engine that provides smooth acceleration. The Maxima boasts of a luxurious interior that creates an upscale feel and makes it a great match against other luxury cars. One of the best things about this car is its infotainment system that includes an 8-inch touchscreen display and a navigation system with voice control and smartphone-assistance features. The Nissan Maxima is a car worth its value.

2017 Mazda MX-5 RF

The new Mazda MX-5 RF deviates from the previous soft and hard top designs, offering a unique style that will surely wow the market. If you love driving with the top down but hate the idea of getting your hair all tangled and disheveled, the Mazda RF is your best bet. Instead of the top retracting all the way, the Mazda RF leaves its fastback section in place to protect riders from the wind as they drive at full speed. This model redefines what convertibles are all about.

The year is far from over, but we’re already seeing great models on the market. There’s more to expect in the coming months.

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