Small New Cars for 2011 Make Big News

When it comes to new cars for 2011, it has been a race to the top of the heap for big fuel mileage and low emissions. A good number of car manufacturers are coming out with hybrid versions that avoid road tax and the London Congestion charge. Others are going for economic fuel consumption by using a mix of materials to lighten the load. Here are a few examples of what’s in line for 2011.

Audi A1

Audi hopes this premium hatchback will be the death of the BMW Mini and it is aimed directly at that market. This fun little car has a power-packed 1.6L turbo-diesel engine that boasts 46 mpg. With some nice premium upholstery, the A1 is very reasonably priced.

Nissan Leaf

This nice family hatchback from Nissan is all electric. It gets a full charge after eight hours hooked up to the regular household electric socket and will go for about 100 miles. Reported to be a bit on the expensive side, the pay off is said to be in the smooth ride, quick take-off and agile steering; and think of all the money you’ll save on petrol.

Ford Focus

Newly revised and updated for the UK market from Ford cars is the 2011 Focus. Ford offers a nice range of low-emission engines that are economical yet powerful, and new suspension and power steering systems. The Focus has newly updated plastics and fabrics for the interior, promising to make this the classiest car in its class.

Find Them at Your Local Dealership

These new models are available now at your local dealership. When you visit a dealer you can check out all the different new models and find your favourite. You can also talk to them about car finance for your new car and see what kind of deal they are willing to make with the 2012 model year coming up soon. Dealers should be willing to offer good buys on new cars for 2011 as the end of the year gets closer.

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