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Best Cars to Buy in 2019

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Best Cars to Buy in 2019

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The new year celebration has just passed and if you plan to level up your garage, 2019 can be the best year to buy the best cars.  There are some cars of various classes that you can buy in this year. Here we will explore the two extremes of the spectrum: the best car with the best acceleration (disregarding the fuel consumption) and the one with the best fuel efficiency rating.

Best Sports Cars

High-performing cars are not necessarily fuel-efficient. They are rarely cheap as well. However, they do offer fun and often exciting ride for thrill seekers. If you don’t mind to burn your money to get the real burnout, there are some of the best cars with the best performance that you can check out this year.

  • Tesla Model S P85D

Great acceleration is always favored by a thrill seeker. If you want to enjoy the thrill of the multiplied gravitational force when picking up the speed, this car, which rushes to 60 mph in only 3.5 seconds, is the best-performing car you can find this year. What is surprising is that this car is an all-electric car, hence the Tesla, which makes it an even better choice if you care for the environment.

  • Chevrolet Camaro 2SS

It’s hard to miss a Chevy star in a top sports car list. Chevrolet Camaro is always enjoyable to drive. And the 2SS trim of 2019 is a worthy choice for every Camaro lover not only because it features the beefy V-8 engine that thrusts the vehicle from zero to 60 mph in only 4.4 seconds but also because it features forward-collision warning and a better rearview mirror camera that are not present in other trims.

  • Ford Mustang GT Premium

If you are not a Camaro fan, you must be a fan of Mustang, Camaro’s main competitor. This GT Premium model is everything that a sports car lover wants. Compared with its predecessor, it is friendlier to new Mustang drivers, it is more fun to drive for the experienced, it is safer, and it is obviously faster. The 5.0-liter V-8 engine of this car might not be as fast as Camaro’s, but it has astonishing power to push the car from a complete stop to 60 mph in only 4.9 seconds.

Fuel Economy

The Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure regulation has been in force in about a year and it basically allows customers like you to get accurate information about vehicles’ fuel economy. If you are looking for a real gas sipper, this year is a perfect year to get one.

  • BMW i3 Giga

This is one of the best cars in terms of fuel economy because of two reasons: it is an all-electric car and it features an innovatively futuristic look, even if compared with other BMW cars. With this electric car, you average energy expense is equivalent to 139 miles per gallon, so it is not only an eco-friendly car but also the most efficient in terms of energy usage.

  • Toyota Prius Prime

Toyota Prius has always been among the top-picked cars for people looking for an efficient car. In 2019, Toyota Prius Prime comes as a hybrid car that offers a combination of a 25-mile ride on battery and another 640-mile ride on gasoline. This is certainly good news for gas-guzzler haters. Overall, this car runs at 133 mpg on hybrid mode or 50 mpg on the gas engine. If you love to spend less on fuel, you will love this car.

  • Chevrolet Bolt Premier

Chevrolet Bolt arrives in 2019 with two trims, the base LT and the swankier Premier. Both are the same in many things, especially in fuel efficiency, which is rated at the equivalence of 119 miles per gallon. If you like the cheap price typical of all Bolt models, you will love to go with the LT trim, but if you want leather, heated cabin, roof rails, improved camera and sensor systems, and blind spot monitor added for an extra $4,300, choose the Premier.

Closing

There are so many cars to be called the best cars in 2019, but no car can be called the best in everything. Some cars are designed to be real monsters that will enjoy guzzling your gas and money, but there are also cars with decent performance and excellent fuel economy. You have to decide whether to focus on performance or on fuel efficiency. After you make your decision, you can easily pick the best car to buy this year.