High tech cars making their way to roads

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A few months into the year and there has been many varieties of new 2016-17 model cars. Many car manufactures are changing the way cars are made, making new models standout against opponents.

Some people are looking for a new car and are wondering which one they should get but are having a hard time to choose.

These are the few choices that owners got and are willing to let other car buyers know that these are the best choices overall.

2016 Honda Civic
Starting off from Honda, everybody knows what the Honda Civic is and many people like the new model that came out this year and have been selling very quickly.

Why is that?

Honda Civics have been one of the most reliable cars and only takes around $25-$30 to fill up the tank and comes with all the tech that every car has like Bluetooth, touchscreen, Wi-Fi, voice command and plenty more.

It’s the miles per gallon (MPG) that attracts the audience attention to Honda. The MPG is up to 31 in the city and 42 on highway or more depending on the model that is offered.

The price starts around $19,000 for the basic model.

“I was little pissed because I’ve gotten my car in the beginning of the year and they didn’t tell me they were going to make a new one but I love my car so it wasn’t that big of a deal,” said Delta student Turquoise Buckley, who owns a 2015 Honda Civic.

2017 Tesla Model 3
Electric cars are expensive, but Tesla has finally listened to the people and is starting production on a cheaper version of it’s brand.

Teslas are well known for not just the slick designs of their cars but that they’re all electric cars.

Teslas aren’t cheap but this year the company began taking reservations for the affordable Model 3 starting at $35,000.

The Model 3 can reach up to 200 miles from a four-to-six hour period charge. So far, there has been 27,600 orders of this model Tesla, according to Carscoops.com.

“I think that the new Tesla Model 3 is, for my opinion is very reasonable in price, its economically good and you save a lot of money,” said Carlos Medina, Delta student.

2016 Ford Mustang
The Mustang has been one of the most popular muscle cars in the world and keeps getting better every year with looks and gas mileage.

The new 2016 is still the same model from last year with minor changes and MPG stays around 20 for city while for highway is around 30 MPG.

Its overall a reliable sports car because it has a well-mannered but powerful V-8, great handling that exhibits excellent grip, and drive modes and steering programs let you tailor the car to the circumstances.

The selling price for the basic Mustang starts around $23,000.

2016 Toyota Corolla
The Toyota Corolla is one of the most affordable cars college students and younger adults get because of the selling price of around $18,000. MPG is also a factor.

When matched with other cars, the Corolla exhibits smooth and confident acceleration and a good fuel efficiency and has the solid list of digital media sources.

The MPG of a 2016 Corolla is 30 in city and 42 on highway