Top 10 Cars in Production 2013

There are hundreds of different cars currently in production all over the world and when you are in the market for a new vehicle you will have your own set of wants and demands from any car you are looking to purchase, below are the top 10 most best buy cars based on several unique features.

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Audi A3

Audi A3

There is a lot to like about the Audi A3, from great looks. Excellent handling and it is very reasonable priced, if you are looking for a sporty little number then this is a car to consider buying!

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Range Rover

Range Rover

There has been an increase in women drivers warming to the new look Range Rovers, thanks to the high up driver’s seat and the available space they make ideal family cars which perform well in any terrain and offer plenty of additional qualities that enhance your driving pleasure.

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Mazda 6

Mazda 6

You either love or hate Mazda’s however there is no getting away from the fact that these cars really do perform well out on the open road, if you are in the market for a new vehicle then give one of them a test drive yourself, you cannot help but be impressed by them and they do offer the full package and are a car worth of a top 10 listing.

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Mazda CX-5

Mazda CX-5

As we mentioned above Mazda drivers love their vehicles, and as they offer the entire package for owners then they are a car to be reckoned with, low running costs due in no small part to their high build quality and reliability have enabled this CX’5 to be listed on our guide to the top 10 cars, and as such we would suggest, even if this car is not one you first thought of taking a closer look at then you should consider doing that, as once you get behind the week and open them up you will find they outperform most other vehicles in their class.

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Mercedes Benz A Class

Mercedes Benz A Class

If there was one thing you could say about the Mercedes Benz A Class it is that they have been built to last. A strong and very well performing vehicle that is also a good looker, they have long been associated with high end motoring, and with the prices of the A Class now becoming very competitive they are becoming within the budgets of many drivers who look for style, safety and a car that will not be guzzling the gas!

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Peugeot 208

Peugeot 208

One of the best and most popular cars in the small sized car category is of course the very compact Peugeot 208, thanks to its small engine size this vehicle is very popular with newly qualified drivers, as it is both stylish, not too powerful and comes into the lower insurance bracket meaning it is relatively inexpensive to insure.

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Porsche Boxter

Porsche Boxter

One car that has always been a popular choice, and possibly one that has a poor name for itself due to some people classing it as a car for those suffering from a mid life crisis is the Porsche Boxter. Make no bones about it however this is a stylish and powerful car that will also keep its value!

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Subaru BRZ

Subaru BRZ

You may be surprised to hear the Subaru BRZ has made it only our listing of the top 10 cars, whilst not the most well known car designer or manufacturer there really is something special about the way this car both looks and handles, and it is proving popular with many people looking for a change from the norm!

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Volkswagen Golf

Volkswagen Golf

Many car salesmen when trying to sell you a car will compare the one they are trying to sell to you to a Volkswagen Golf, this car has evolved over the decades and thanks to its strong build quality they do seem to last for ages and have always been a popular choice for people demanding hassle free driving and cars built to last!

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Volkswagen Golf

Volvo V40

With safety always in the mind of car drivers, the Volvo range of cars has always been a popular choice with families, and the Volvo V40 really does have pride of place on our listing of the top 10 cars. If you demand a safe drive and a well built vehicle this car should be on the top of your lists of vehicles to test drive one day soon!

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