Our Top Picks for The Top 2017 Makes and Models
There are many different ways to rank vehicles—cost, safety, efficiency, etc. However, at All-Fit Automotive, we chose our top picks for 2017’s best new cars based on our own criteria, namely cars we’d want to drive ourselves.
The Honda Civic has been one of the most dependable, modifiable cars for the last few decades. The car is safe, quick, affordable, fun to drive and looks great with aftermarket mods. Plus, it comes in a few different options, like hatchback, sedan, or coupe. In short, the Civic isn’t just one of the best new 2017 cars, it’s an all-time classic that can make your commute more enjoyable or serve as a blank canvas for your customizations.
Sure the A6 or A7 may have a few more bells and whistles, but the A4 delivers all the luxury and power you need at a much more affordable price. With great gas mileage, incredible performance, and all the tech gadgets (like Apple Car Play) you want, the A4 is a tasteful luxury car that blows away its competition, and one of our best new cars for 2017.
Nothing says “truck” quite like the Ford F-150. Its aluminum body gives it a lighter weight and better gas mileage than most full size trucks and comes with a standard turbocharged engine to give it extra get up and go where you need it. When it comes down to it, the F-150 is an all-American truck that balances utility and performance.
Tesla Model S
What would a list of the best new 2017 cars be without an electric vehicle? While the Tesla is out of the price range of most auto buyers, it’s by far the best electric option on the market. With a top speed over 150 mph, a zippy sub 3-second 0-60 time, and one of the most beautiful display panels available, the Tesla Model S isn’t just great for an electric vehicle, it’s one of the most innovative vehicles to hit the market this decade.
Are you interested in a daily driver that looks great, handles effortlessly, has power when you need it, and gets great mileage? So are we. That’s why the Mazda 3 is a great option for someone who doesn’t want to break the bank but wants to get a lot for their purchase. In addition, the Mazda 3 has a low base price that may motivate you to add some of those fancy extras, like seat warmers or GPS navigation.
In these modern times, the gas/hybrid vehicle isn’t an outlier, it’s a sign of things to come. The Toyota Prius practically invented the class, so it’s no wonder that it’s still one of the best options available. The MPGe (gas mileage equivalent) is 133, so if you’re looking for a vehicle that saves you money at the pump, this is the one.
Any list of the best new cars for 2017 is bound to be a little biased. Do you agree with our choices? What are your picks for the best cars about to hit the road? Connect with us today and let us know what would make your list for the best cars in 2017.