The world moves fast these days. Car models are being released all the time, and the dilemma of choosing a new one can be a daunting task. Before you say “yes” to a dealership, take a look at these three cars being released in the next few months. If you cannot afford one of these brand new cars, why not see if leasing a car is a more affordable option? Ultracar is a specialist bad credit car leasing company.
Seat Ibiza (June, 2017)
The Ibiza model already in the market still stands proud as Seat’s best-selling model in the UK. Its replacement is slightly bigger, with a more luxurious interior (contrast-colour stitching on the upholstery? Yes please!). In fact, style-wise it’s more reminiscent of its bigger sibling, the Leon. This model promises better fuel efficiency and performance from an updated four-cylinder, turbocharged petrol and diesel engine design. It has some nifty new safety features too, using the most advanced technology; innovative electronic stability-control systems respond to any loss of control quickly and efficiently; reducing acceleration as the multi-collision brake system stops dangerous skids in their tracks.
Suzuki Swift (June, 2017)
Also being becoming available in June, the new Suzuki Swift sports a new lightweight platform (shared with the Baleno) meaning the model weighs from just 890kg, while getting a sportier design and chassis set-up than its more practical sibling. The UK version has been built here, to ensure it can deal with our unique roads, and is somewhat more refined than the European version. According to UK Sales and Marketing director Dale Wyatt, the recently launched Baleno takes care of the “rational end” of Suzuki’s small car range, allowing the brand to make the next Swift “much more emotional and expressive”, with softer curves and a lower roofline, plus an adaptation of the wraparound glasshouse. The good thing about Suzuki is that value for money will always be a priority, and prices are expected to stay closed to the current car’s value (£8,999 starting).
Vauxhall Corsa (2018)
A little longer wait for this model, but arguably worth it. The sixth-generation small hatchback offers more interior space- which will include a larger-sized infotainment touchscreen- and has taken inspiration from the latest version of the larger Astra. This new Corsa won’t really increase in size, but its exterior design has received an upgrade, and both three and five door designs are expected to be released. A key change is the new platform, which promises reduces weight and, by association, better fuel economy and performance.