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Choosing the right car for 2015 can cause a bit of a dilemma with so many good looking, ultra-hi-tech motors out there. Do you go for the look, the sleek handling, or the fuel efficiency? The great news is that you can now go for all three and there are cars coming out to suit everyone’s pocket. Below is our run-down of just eight of the motoring powerhouses coming out next year.
The Honda Jazz
Starting with the more affordable cars, first off the ramp is the Honda Jazz at an economical £14,000. A nice looking car with hybrid options and 1.2 and 1.4 litre capacities, the Jazz is ideal for daily use and is one of the most reliable cars on the market.
The Mini Clubman
The new Clubman is affordable at around £15,000 and appeared first time at the Geneva Motor Show this year. Don’t expect too much difference from previous models although it has been given a small facelift and is a little more stylish. It’s also about ten centimetres wider.
Renault Twingo GT
As hot hatches go, the Twingo could well be the choice for many drivers looking for something small and power-packed. Retailing at £15,000 it has a slightly more powerful engine than previous incarnations and a throaty exhaust and release is expected sometime next summer.
Nissan Infiniti Q30
Expected late in the year, the Infiniti Q30 goes for around £20,000 and is part of Nissan’s luxury hatchback stable. Underpinned by Mercedes technology, the car is a marked attempt by the company to draw in some younger buyers and has had some input from racing legend Sebastien Vettel.
The Audi TT Roadster
Retailing at just over £30,000, the Roadster was unveiled at this year’s Paris Motor Show and is a nice looking coupe with the option of upgrading to the dual clutch S-tronic auto or sticking with the none too shabby 6 gear manual. It comes in hardtop and soft top and arrives the middle of next year.
Land Rover Discovery Sport
Combining a robust yet elegant design with a touted fuel economy of 46 mpg, the Discovery Sport will set you back in the region of £32,000 but has plenty of punch, as you would expect from makers Jaguar Land Rover. Set to be on sale early in 2015, the Discovery offers plenty of room, practicality and brilliant off-road capability.
Out much later in the year, the new Maserati Levant will have the twin turbo V6 engine for petrol fans and a turbo-diesel V6 for diesel enthusiasts. Retailing at about £50,000 it’s a hefty investment but the company believe it has the style and power that will attract sizeable sales.
Even if you don’t have the bottom line £200,000 to pay for this premium motor, most enthusiasts will like to have a look at it and give a little purr of delight. Expected to hit the streets in March 2015, the Ferrari 458M has a 552 bhp turbocharged engine that could see you reaching speeds of nearly 200 mph if you can handle the G-force.
There’s no doubt that 2015 could see some great machines jumping onto the market from the small compact dynamos of motoring excellence, right through to the high power sports cars that can take you from 0-60 in the blink of an eye.