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The year 2013 is set to be an exciting one in the motoring world, with plenty of new cars about to go on sale, offering the very latest in style, technology and safety equipment, not to mention a plethora of new features to make your journey as comfortable as it can be.
If you are considering purchasing a new or MPV, there are some hot contenders which we feel stand out from the crowd in terms of style and innovation, and most importantly, they will not cost too much to buy and run.
Citroen C4 Picasso: Estimated price £17,500
Citroen is set to bring out an all-new five seat and seven-seat MPV cars which are due to go on sale this summer. As before, the longer seven seat version will be known as the Grand C4 Picasso The new body of the car is expected to look similar to the existing C4 Picasso but a chunkier front end and a wider tailgate have been indicated. Inside the cabin, the MPVs will sport a similar folding seat system which is set to be updated, and the vehicle will retain its trademark large windscreen. The range of upgraded engines which are expected to come with the new Citroen C4 Picasso are set to improve fuel economy and CO2 emissions, with an introduction of a three-cylinder petrol engine a strong possibility.
Toyota Verso: Estimated price £18,000
The new Toyota Verso will receive the company’s new family look and is set to go on sale shortly in the spring. The new version will contain more angular front lights and grille which will bring its front-end styling in line with other Toyota models such as the Toyota Auris and the Toyota Prius. The cabin layout of the new Toyota Verso remains very similar but classier trim materials have now been used in key areas, and Toyota claims the improved sound deadening will raise the car’s refinement. The Toyota Verso already comes with a choice of 1.6 and 1.8-litre petrol engines but it will also offer a revised 2.0 diesel with improved fuel efficiency, reducing the car’s CO2 emissions to just 129g/km. There will also be a 2.2 turbo diesel option available.
Nissan Note: Estimated price £12,000
The All-new Nissan Note MPV is set to go on sale this autumn and will be manufactured in Sunderland. The Nissan Note has proved popular since its launch in 2006. It is a a favourite with supermini buyers who are looking for a small car with MPV practicality and is well suited to those will small families or small businesses looking for larger stowage space. The styling of the Nissan Note has always been quite tame, but the latest model is set to be much racier in looks if the Japanese-market edition is anything to go by. The styling will not affect the car’s main features which offer room for five adults, good storage space and a flexible seating arrangement. The engine range is predicted to be revised with the four-cylinder petrol and diesel motors set to be joined by naturally aspirated and supercharged versions of Nissan’s new three-cylinder petrol powerplant.