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Take a look below at five of the latest new models expected to arrive in our showrooms in 2014!
The latest version of the popular Mini is set to hit the car market in spring 2014 was officially unveiled in November at BMW’s plant in Cowley in Oxford where it will be made. The new Mini will be quieter, longer, wider and taller than its previous model. BMW has described the new version as “the new original” and have promised the new car will be more spacious and even safer than before. The new mini will start at £15,300 but cheaper versions are expected to be introduced later in 2014.
The current Nissan Qashqui is already an overwhelming success story for the team at Nissan which is why they have played it relatively safe with the new model’s styling. The most significant addition to the new Qashqui which goes on sale in February 2014 is a turbocharged 1.2-litre petrol engine and a range of more advanced safety features. Unlike the current model, the new Nissan Qashqui will not contain a seven-seat model, this will be replaced by the new X-Trail which will also go on sale next year. Prices for the new Nissan Qashqui start at £17,595.
The latest version of Mercedes-Benz’s popular C-Class compact saloon has been unveiled just in time for your New Year wish list. The new model will be the fifth generation of the company’s biggest seller and it is set to debut at the next Detroit Motor Show in January. The German manufacturer has said the saloon will set new standards in the premium mid-range class equivalent to an airline-style upgrade. Latest features of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class include a four-link front and five-link rear suspension system. Cars will be available to order from January with prices set to start at £26,000.
The new BMW 2-Series is set to make its official debut at the Detroit Motor Show next month and in line with BMW’s latest naming strategy it will replace the current 1 Series Coupe. The new two door model is based on the current 1-Series hatchback and comes with a rear-wheel drive layout and a similar choice of engines. Its styling is along similar lines to the Audi TT and the Peugeot RCZ and it offers an extra 30 litres of boot space to the 1-Series. It is expected that a convertible BMW 2-Series will follow in summer 2014. Prices start from £24,265.
The latest version of the Volkswagen Golf Plus was recently revealed at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show and comes in the shape of the Golf Sportsvan Concept. It is expected that only minor changes are likely to take place to what is predicted to be known as the Golf Plus. Although the concept lends itself to the VW Group’s MQB platform, the new Golf Plus will provide a larger interior space that the Golf hatchback due to its 48mm long wheelbase. It offers a larger more spacious boot at 580 litres to the Golf’s current 380 litres and it is set to go on sale in the autumn with prices starting at £19,000.