New Car Models for 2007 Which Are a Must See
Every year automobile manufacturers come out with bigger and better models to battle the vehicle competition. The 2007 models appear to be no different. Not only are car manufacturers coming out with new versions of existing model varieties but they are developing new car models as well. Some of these new models will be highlighted and show some of the many wonderful things which they have to offer the car buying public.
2007 Honda Fit
There are two main items which make the 2007 Honda Fit a fantastic automobile purchase. The first is the cost. The 2007 Honda Fit goes for around $15,000, depending upon the variety of Fit one chooses. This is a great price for all that the Honda Fit has to offer. Secondly, one who purchases a Honda Fit will save a good deal on gas money as well as help to protect the environment by driving a fuel-efficient automobile. The Honda Fit gets around 31 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. These are two great reasons along with the overall beauty and style of the Honda Fit to purchase this new vehicle.
2007 Nissan Versa
As for the pricing of the 2007 Nissan Versa, this too is favorable to prospective purchasers. Individuals who wish to buy the hatchback version of the Versa will pay approximately $12,000 and the pricing on the sedan version will be published by the company in the coming months prior to its debut. This vehicle is a well-equipped automobile with a more than fair price tag.
2007 Toyota Yaris
When looking inside the vehicle, one will be met with visions of convenient accessories, accommodating passenger space and standard safety features including driver and passenger front airbags and head restraint for the center seat in the rear. The exterior of the vehicle is simply perfect as well. One who views the 2007 Toyota Yaris will see a vehicle that has 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 106 horsepower, great suspension and gets fabulous gas mileage at 34 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway. This is a great vehicle for the environmentally conscious individual who wants to do their part with regard to lowering emissions yet does not want to have to drive an electric powered vehicle.
The price is also quite affordable on the 2007 Toyota Yaris. Those who are interested in the hatchback model can buy one for around $11,600. If the sedan is more to one's liking, this type of Yaris will cost approximately $12,400 for the base sedan and $13,900 for the S model. For this amount, one can even consider adding on options since the base price is so reasonable.