The 2017 Mazda3, now in the third model year of its third generation, brings a winning trifecta of price, performance, and personality to the sport-compact segment. Available in Sport, Touring, or Grand Touring (GT) trim levels, budget-conscious buyers can tune in the level of performance desired without spending a massive amount of money.
Nissan introduces the newly-designed, small-but-mighty Sentra for 2017. With an MSRP of $16,990, the Sentra is a great choice for any budget. If you’re looking for a bit more power, look no further than the Sentra NISMO model. While it may not be the fastest compact sedan on the market, it does keep up with the competition in most respects.
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma is a leader in the midsize segment and for a good reason. Toyota built a smaller truck with exceptional dependability and off-highway capability. This truck is for more than hauling your construction materials; it combines performance with the off-road lifestyle you desire.
With the 2017 Kia Optima, it is easy to mix and match options to design the perfect sedan. Between the outstanding value, big trunk, and roomy seating, this sedan ranks up there with the Ford Fusion and Honda Accord.
The 2017 Nissan Versa is all about value. Looking to provide the most bang for your buck, the Versa makes it easy for anyone to afford a quality vehicle. New this year is the SV Special Edition option package. There are also some minor interior adjustments.
The differences between the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado are skin deep. The two share the same platform, engine options, and capabilities. Despite this, GMC’s truck is still a hit with buyers. As recently as August, it has been listed as the fifth best-selling truck in America.
The Jeep Cherokee is a five-passenger mid-size SUV, and it is back new and improved for 2017. It still has the signature grille and sleek modern design that Jeep is known for, but it comes with plenty of innovative features that will appeal to families just as much as outdoor enthusiasts.