Are you the kind of person who just loves having the latest must-have things? Mobile phones, clothes, air-fryers. We’ve all been there. If you’re looking for the rundown of the best new cars on the market, then this is for you.
Before getting a new car it’s wise for you to gear up to sell your old one first. You’ll want to know how much it’s worth so you know how much money you have to spend on the new one. Parkers values thousands of cars a year and has been doing so since 1972, so they’re a pretty good option, but there are likely others out there – Parkers and others are all free to use too.
And remember, when you’ve sold your old car, you’ll also need to tell the DVLA you’ve sold the vehicle.
Below are five of the hottest cars that are available to pre-order right now for delivery in 2021. These cars are bang-up-to-date, eye-catching, and want-able for (nearly) every budget.
We’ll forgive you for thinking we’ve inserted an old car right at number one spot. The styling changes are subtle and ape the new S-Class.
But the 2021 C-Class is a technologically advanced and upmarket-but-compact saloon car dripping with street cred.
We’re yet to see precisely what equipment is standard or optional, but high spec cars will enjoy an 11.9-inch portrait-style infotainment screen.
Plus there will be a range of petrol, diesel and hybrid motors.
A few of you reading this won’t have expected to find a Hyundai gracing this list. However, Hyundai’s really had a design change lately. The Tucson is radically different from other Hyundais on the road at the moment, filled with striking angles and clean, fuss-free interiors.
While it’s eye-catching, to say the least, inside there are loads of high-tech options. Differing levels of hybrid power choices, too.
An interesting design with some even more interesting modes of propulsion. It’s half hatchback/half SUV so it really stands out from the crowd. Inside it’s unconventional too, with wide squashy seats.
It’s available with – wait for it – petrol, diesel, or electric power too. Truly something for everyone – assuming you like its quirkiness.
Bold, exciting, packed with tech, and ready to take the fight to cars such as the Ford Puma and Renault Captur.
Available as either a petrol/diesel-powered Mokka or all-electric Mokka-e, it promises to be a world away from its dowdy predecessor dynamically and mechanically.
And just look at it – this is a Vauxhall you wouldn’t mind being seen in, that’s for sure.
Audi E-Tron GT
Svelte four-door coupe styling meets startling electric power in this Audi E-Tron GT.
Top-spec cars are capable of 0-62mph in 3.3 seconds, while the electric range is close to 300 miles.
Inside it’s built to impress, with a 12.3-inch virtual cockpit and 10.1-inch central display. The big downside is that prices start from a little below £80,000…