With so much new technology in the auto industry, it’s nearly impossible to keep up. Just about every day, you’re hearing or reading about the best of the best or the latest update or technological advance. So, how then do you discern which car is the best for you and which ones to steer clear of?
Car sales statistics will show which ones are the most popular and which ones are selling the fastest. When it comes to cars, of course, one of the top priorities is safety first. It can all get so confusing, that’s why it’s a good idea to have a well-rounded idea of what’s safe, what’s the best, which ones are the most popular, but also which ones fall into the worst car category too.
Here’s a round-up of a few of those categories:
Leasing is not the least
It seems as though 2016 may be a record-breaking year for leases about to expire. Having said that, there stands to be a significant amount of leased vehicles available for car buyers looking for a good deal on a pre-owned vehicle.
If you’re not interested in leasing, then buying a pre-owned leased vehicle may just be your best bet. There are still a small percentage of car shoppers veering away from leasing; if you’re one of them, and looking for a bargain, then buying a pre-owned lease might just get you in the driver’s seat a lot quicker and a lot more affordably.
The Best-Selling Cars of Spring
Topping the list for March 2016 for best-selling car was the Toyota Camry. With accolades such as being the best-selling car for 18 years in a row and its five-star safety rating, no wonder it’s a continued best-seller.
Coming in next is the Nissan Altima. With its aerodynamic design, master craftsmanship, efficiency and comfort, it’s no wonder it comes in at number two.
Third place belongs to Honda Civic. Whether you choose hatchback, coupe or sedan, the sleek design and latest in connectivity and its advanced compatibility Engineering (ACE) program make it a smart choice for many drivers.
When it comes to top 10 lists or best-selling lists, it’s easy to find what you are looking for, but the top 5 worst or least-selling cars is another story. Some of the “worst” cars according to ‘Consumer Reports’ are the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, the Mitsubishi Mirage, and the Dodge Journey.
Check out the link here to find out the top 20 worst selling cars according to ‘Consumer Reports.”
The 2016 Ford Taurus with its great crash test performance is a good choice for safety, as well as the Honda Civic with its optional front crash prevention.
Whether you’re looking for the best, the safest or at the very least to stay away from the worst, hopefully you’ll be a little bit ahead of the car shopping game.