Best Cars in 2017: Top 5 Car Picks

Jan 06, 2017 09:01 PM EST | Hannah Jill Jose

Outstanding ergonomic design, practicality, environment-friendly and luxurious characterize the Top 5 Car Picks for 2017. Check out the cool features each of these cars offer.

1. Chevrolet Colorado ZR2

2017 is the year of the SUVs, making it to the Top 5 Car Picks list is the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2  with it's Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve (DSSV) Damper Technology. Despite its off-road functionality, this car has the driving suaveness of a Mercedes-AMG GT, an Aston Martin One-77, and a Ford GT. And its USD20,000 plus price tag is definitely a bargain!

2. Toyota Supra

The much-awaited Toyota Supra is one of the much-awaited car picks, mainly because it is such a visually appealing sports car. But the beautiful external body of this sports car belies the technology it shares with BMW. Car aficionados are wondering if the engine will be a turbocharged inline-six or a Toyota turbo four. Regardless, it will be great to greet 2017 with one of the Best Cars.

3. Ford Bronco

When news of the return of the Ford Bronco came out, everyone was genuinely elated over the comeback of one of the most iconic SUVs in two decades. The new Ford Bronco is reported by Autoblog.com to be manufactured in Michigan, quelling allegations that the new Bronco is going to be manufactured in Mexico.

4. Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai cars have always been popularly considered a relatively value-for-money car, along with some other Asian cars. All it needs to offer is a hybrid car. Introducing the Ioniq. Slated to debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the Ioniq just doesn't come in one build but in a hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric model. For environment advocates, buy the plug-in model where it's purported to have a 60 hp electric engine (compared to 43 hp for the hybrid) with a driving range of 31 miles.

5. BMW 3 Series

Lastly, this Top 5 Car Picks list will not be complete without mentioning the upcoming seventh generation BMW 3 Series, which will also feature a fully electric version with a driving range of 300 miles. The new series will run on new three, four and six cylinder engines and will carry a fully new lightweight chassis.

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