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The next 12 months will prove to be an exciting time for the car industry. New car sales are at the highest they have been since in 10 years since 2004 with figures released from the SMMT this month revealing 2.47 million new cars were registered last year.
With this in mind, many car manufacturers are keen to improve sales even further by appealing the mass market and its current needs. Trends have revealed that there is currently high demand for small city cars which are more cost-effective for commuters thanks to low CO2 emissions and better fuel economy. City cars such as the Volkswagen Up! and the Ford Fiesta supermini continue to out-perform rivals when it comes to choosing the best bang for your buck.
Also highly popular in the current market is the crossover and SUV market. We’re seeing more and more of these types of car available to buy, and crossovers such as the original Nissan Qashqai have enjoyed overwhelming popularity since its launch back in 2007. Other highly popular SUVs include the BMW X3 and the Mazda CX-5.
But what do we have in store for 2015? Trusted Dealers has been looking at some of the new and exciting cars set to hit the market this year. Take a look below for a taste of what’s to come, or for a full list visit click here.
Hyundai cars have come on in leaps and bounds in the past decade, and some of the most popular cars on the road are produced by this popular brand. The Hyundai i10 offers excellent city car credential, whilst the Hyundai Santa Fe is a practical and well-equipped SUV with seven seat versatility. This year Hyundai will bring out a new version of its popular supermini, the Hyundai i20, which is set to rival popular cars such as the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and VW Polo. With suberb economy, a well laid out interior and fuel emissions estimated at a highly impressive 88.3mpg, we think its stands a great chance of taking the UK market by storm. And don’t forget Hyundai’s five year warranty!
Finally the wait is almost over for the highly anticipated new generation of the popular MX-5 roadster. The current model remains the best-selling two-seater sports car of all time, but there’s no question that it’s in need of a revamp. Introducing the new MX-5 which offers a sharper look, a renewed focus on driving dynamics and Mazda’s Skyactiv engine technology. Couple all this with a higher interior quality and the possibility of a folding hard-top model and we’re excited to get behind the wheel!
The Volvo XC90 has remained a highly popular SUV for many years thanks to its interior comfort, practicality and versatile seven-seat capacity. However, after 12 years Volvo’s popular off-roader is definitely in need of an update. The latest new generation model definitely looks the part introducing a while new Volvo family look and a new range of Drive-E engines with a maximum 2.0-litre capacity featuring supercharging, turbocharging and hybrid electric power to aid performance. Inside the XC90 will be a revised interior offering high quality, durable materials and operation will be via a central touch-screen. Like all Volvo cars, safety will be a top priority and the new model is set to hold its value equally well.
2015 is set to be a big year for Jaguar. The company has recently announced it will create 1,300 new jobs to build its first SUV at its Solihull plant, which is set to go on sale in early 2016. The company is currrently focussing its attention on a new Jaguar XE four-door saloon which is set to rival the hugely popular BMW 3-series and the Audi A4, and will cement its place in the premium market. As part of the new XE line-up the company will offer an ultra-efficient 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine capable of 75mpg and 99g/km emissions, and a supercharged 3.0-litre V6 capable of achieving 0-60mph in just 4.9 seconds. Watch this space!
The new Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe is coined as Mercedes’ answer to the BMW X6 and combines eye-catching style with sporty driving dynamics. On display for the first time this week at the Detroit Motor Show, the GLE coupe is based on its predecessor, the Mercedes-Benz ML. Renamed as the GLE, the new edition will join a fast-expanding range of Mercedes SUVs in the UK, a line-up that will include the C-class-based GLC by the end of 2015.The new GLE coupe will offer a new range of AMG sports models similar to BMW’s M cars. Set to go on sale in June, priced around £10,000 higher than the existing ML, the brand is hoping to attract younger buyers who are looking for SUV versatility with coupe performance.