Being prepared when buying a car makes the process relatively easier. Here are some new models to consider.

 

What you need to know about the top new suv and car models

What you need to know about the top 2017 models

If you are looking to change your car, here are some top models from 2017.

 

New Car Deals on Mazda CX-5

Unlike other large new SUVs on the market, the CX-5 boasts some of the lowest possible carbon dioxide emissions and exceptionally high fuel economy. Thanks to the innovative Skyactiv technology, the Mazda CX-5 outclasses some of its competitors such as the Toyota RAV4 and Honda-CRV. More than just enhancing fuel economy the technology radiates to all aspects of the car. It is engineered to maximize on driving efficiency and dynamics in all aspects of the vehicle. From the engine technology and chassis to the body construction and transmission, the CX-5 offers the best without compromising performance. The smart 2.5-L engine is capable of producing 184-horsepower and 185-lb-ft of torque. The six-speed automatic transmission ensures a smooth, efficient and responsive driving experience. Each model ships with trick G-Vectoring Control to improve the steering response by lowering the torque on the drive train. Each unit ships with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Sat-Nav, a DAB radio, Bluetooth, and steering wheel mounted audio control. You have the option of using the touchscreen function or the buttons and rotary dial between the front seats. Piano black inserts, soft touch materials and chrome detailing give the dashboard a classy look.

 

Honda CRV 2017

Honda CRV 2017Source

Riding on a new chassis, the 2017 fifth generation crossover features some aggressive styling and is available with an optional turbocharged engine. Dual exhaust tips, large wheels and LED daylight running lights are some of the standard features. A longer wheelbase in the newest model translates into a spacious interior. The CR-V LX trims ship with the standard 2.4-liter direct injected engines, while the EX and above feature a 1.5-liter directed, four cylinders injected engine that produces 190-horsepower. All engines are coupled with a CVT, and front-wheel drive train is the standard with an all-wheel-drive. The new chassis boasts multi-link suspension at the back and a Macpherson Strut Suspension at the front. The new car deals offer plenty of standards and available safety features and driver assists including Rear Cross Traffic Monitor, blind spot detection and auto high-beam headlights. Higher models such as EX include the Honda’s Sensing suite that includes cushy assist such as forward collision warning to mitigate collision, road departure mitigation, pedestrian sensing capabilities and adaptable cruise control. The interior boasts an available 7-inch touchscreen interface with a Garvin navigation and Android Auto and AppleCar compatibility.

Despite its bold style, the Lexus RX is a plush riding crossover that lives up to the Lexus legendary status. The car model underwent major design work in 2016 to emerge more fierce and futuristic. While keeping and improving many of its attributes the styling on the new car deals include a floating roof, outsized snout, and riotous exterior. The interior features a bank-vault quietness, plush and sumptuous materials and presentation. Slimmer A-pillars and lowered dash top lead to a roomy cabin feel, while the rear seats are spacious due to the lack of a third row. The standard seats ensure a comfortable driving experience all day long. The available 12.3-inch touchscreen unit is possibly the largest in the industry. As is common with a new SUV, the RX rides on a 3.5-liter V6 engine that delivers 295-horsepower. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The F Sports trim rides on aggressive 20-inch wheels, encapsulating sports seats and an amped-up bodywork. The RX shoots from 0-60 in 7.1 seconds and achieves a top speed of 115 miles. It returns an impressive 30 miles to the gallon on the highway and 28 miles in the city. The Lexus Safety systems are now standard in all the three trims - RX350, F-sport trim and RX450 hybrid that runs on gas and electric power. It includes pre-collision automated emergency braking, lane departure alert, and adaptive cruise control.

 

Acura RDX

Acura RDX

If you value comfort, safety, and technology over driving dynamic, you cannot go wrong with the new SUV. The luxury car delivers elegant interiors, quiet operations, creamy ride quality, and many tech features and does not place too many demands on the drivers. The 3.5-liter V6 engine produces 279 horsepower and 252 lb-ft of torque coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The RDX goes from 0-60 in 6.2 seconds and achieves a top speed of 135 miles per hour. It returns 28 miles per gallon on the highway and 19 mpg in the city. It boasts an eye-appealing and attractive package in the interior space including comfortable features, value, and roominess. The AcuraWatch safety features include collision mitigation braking, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control and lane assist. The LED headlights help to accentuate the shapely nature of the Acura. Other nifty features on the new SUV include a navigation system, all-wheel drive, leather interiors, power sunroof, Pandora radio system and Bluetooth connectivity. All systems in the Acura are power operated, letting you have more control from your colored touchscreen console.

 

BMW X3

When looking for new car deals that are sophisticated, comfortable and a fun driving experience, you can’t go wrong with the X3. It ships with the standard 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder turbocharged engine with the 240-horsepower output. However, for more thrill, you can opt for the available 3-liter, six cylinders turbocharged engine with an output of 300 horsepower. The base engine averages 28 miles on the gallon on the highway and 21 mpg in the city. Impressively the larger six-cylinder gets your 19 mpg in the city and 26 miles to the gallon while rolling down the highway. The new SUV features plenty of cargo and passenger space while offering expansive views and leg space. The standard BMW iDrive infotainment includes innovative features and controls that are intuitive and easy to use. The touchscreen interface is highly responsive to touch and commands, and boasts a comfortable layout. The interior is plush, with luxury including a wood trim piece that adds a touch of elegance. The model scores five stars on crash testing from the NHTSA and top marks from IIHS. Some of the safety features include a rearview camera pack, blind spot monitoring, park distance control, automatic braking and forward collision warning.