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5 Best Cars of 2020 You Need to Know About

Each year more than 250 car models compete for the hearts and minds of American car shoppers. Car manufacturers develop new technologies and car designs to convince you to buy their car, and 2020 isn’t an exception. 

If you still don’t know about the best new cars of 2020, take a look at the following list. 

1. Honda Fit

Honda Fit is the best subcompact car. If you are looking for an exceptional value subcompact car, it will be hard for you to find something better than the 2020 Honda Fit. In the United States, this model regularly receives awards as the best car in its class in terms of value and price.

Despite its modest size, this car is pretty spacious inside and has a high-quality interior, various useful technologies, and safety features. Except for the base model, every Honda Fit has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration and a 7-inch touchscreen.

Top configurations Honda Fit have a set of Honda Sensing driver assistance systems. The subcompact also delivers exceptional fuel economy: EPA estimates 7l/100km in the city and 5.8/100km on the highway.

2. Kia Soul

Kia Soul is a popular Korean 5-door crossover with a refreshed at 2020 design. Just like Honda Fit, this car has a compact size but offers a spacious and comfortable interior.

Inside, you’ll find exceptional head and legroom in both rows, while lowering the rear seats opens up whopping storage space. Kia Soul has an extensive range of intuitive technology features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto that can be operated via a 7-inch touchscreen.

All trims except the basic model also have a host of active safety features, including blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assist, and forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking. All of these are offered in the 2020 Kia Soul along with the lowest starting cost and the most fuel-efficient service in the class.

3. Kia Forte

The 2020 Kia Forte is a compact sedan that offers the best value in its segment. This car has the lowest starting cost among the competition. It uses less fuel than all of its competitors: EPA estimates fuel consumption of up to 7.58L/100km in the city and 5.73L/100km mpg on the highway.

Kia Forte has a very decent interior and standard technologies. Each sedan has a forward-collision warning system, lane departure warning, and lane-keep assist. The convenient 8-inch touchscreen makes it easy to enjoy your favorite podcasts or music in the car. The seats in Kia Forte are spacious and comfortable. In the US you can even lease Kia Forte with heated and ventilated front seats.

4. Honda CR-V

Popular in America Honda CR-V has an attractive, high-quality interior as well as excellent versatility. Lower the 60/40 split rear seats and you’ll find a huge increase in luggage space.

Each SUV comes with a suite of Honda Sensing driver aids, which include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking. On the road, the Honda CR-V impresses with its comfortable ride and excellent fuel economy ratings: up to 8.4L/100km in the city and up to 6.9L/100km on the highway.

5. Toyota Camry

The 2020 Toyota Camry has a smooth ride, good steering response, and excellent dynamics. This is enough to make your driving experience vivid and interesting. The Camry has a high-reliability rating and low fuel consumption: 8.11L/100km in the city and 5.73L/100km on the highway.

The starting price of the Toyota Camry is slightly higher than the average for this class, but this is offset by the low maintenance cost that is noticeably higher for competitors. The car has an extensive list of standard features including active safety features. The cabin is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen system with support for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa.

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