The start of new year has a way of giving people a new lust for life, and what better way to embrace this than by getting a new car? Here are seven hatchbacks due for release in 2018 to get excited for.
Honda Jazz – January 2018:
Honda’s new MPV-style compact hatchback is set to make a remarkable entrance with its replenished style and brand-new bumpers. Mechanical improvements include additional features, like its 1.5-litre petrol engine along with its single-speed CVT automatic gearbox offering an easier drive.
Vauxhall Corsa – 2018:
The all-new and improved Vauxhall Corsa will offer a more spacious interior and technologically advanced gadgets too. Albeit, it is unlikely to increase in size significantly in comparison to the current Corsa, but its interior will be equipped with a touchscreen information system and the external design will be slightly updated. To look more into the Vauxhall Corsa, visit Crystal Motors for great deals.
Skoda Fabia – Summer 2018:
The Skoda Fabia was our favourite compact car until the new Seat Ibiza was introduced. Despite the fact that Skoda shared technology with the aforementioned brand, the Ibiza applied it to a fantastic platform. 2018 may just be the year the Fabia makes a comeback.
Volkswagen Polo – January 2018:
The sixth-generation Polo offers a new and improved platform, updated engines and various technical enhancements too. The new Polo will provide its passengers with more flexible interior features and although it is set to be larger in size, it is expected to be much lighter and will provide a comfortable drive for its passengers.
Hyundai i30 Fastback – Early 2018:
The Hyundai i30 Fastback is expected to become one of the most popular vehicles in 2018. It will have similar features to the Audi A3 Saloon, although Hyundai have designed the i30 to have a much greater luggage capacity, which is perfect for larger families.
Lexus CT – January 2018:
Regardless of its age, Lexus’s hybrid family hatchback is still just as popular to this day. The new CT will have a slightly altered exterior appearance, a new touchscreen information system and Lexus’s Safety System Plus that will provide automatic emergency braking.
Nissan Leaf – Summer 2018:
With its all-new battery pack, the Nissan Leaf‘s driving range has risen by 81 miles and is now at 235 miles, making it much more practical and enjoyable to drive. The Leaf will have better-presented interior features, and a significant amount of space for both rear and front passengers too.