CarBuyer collated its annual list of every new car launching here in Singapore this year. There are more than 70 models, however, we have shortlisted a handful that we think you guys will like! This list is curated in alphabetical order to make it easier for our readers to browse through.
The Toyota Camry is probably one of the most reliable midsize sedans available in the market. While it lacks in its flashiness, they definitely make up for with a comfortable cabin, miserly fuel consumption and the ability to go the distance with very minimal issues. There’s a reason it was also the best-selling car in the United States for the past 10 years. Be it new or used, you can be assured that the Camry will get you more bang for your buck.
It’s been decades since the BMW 320i was everyone’s “starter” BMW, now that there are various rungs beneath it on the brand’s model ladder. But this was once BMW’s smallest car with six cylinders, and thus, the main introduction to what the boys from Bavaria have to offer.
Interesting fact: Did you know that the BMW X1 is the brand’s third biggest seller globally? The Munich carmaker shifted over 286,000 units of the compact sport utility vehicle (SUV) in 2018, accounting for some 13.5 percent of the brand’s sales overall.
The Audi Q3 has gone from small SUV to something far more capable and upmarket than its segment positioning in Singapore suggests.
The first step to take when shopping for a vehicle is to set a realistic budget. Determining a general price range that you can comfortably afford will help narrow down your options and ensure that you live within your means. Car buyers should spend no more than 10% of their earned income on a car loan payment and 20% for their total car expenses, which include insurance coverage, petrol, repairs and maintenance.
Taking a road trip is one of the most memorable life experiences to embark upon, but the predominant part of what makes an adventure successful is the vehicle in which you do it. After all, an ideal car should be capable, practical and reliable enough to go the extra mile. To find the right set of wheels that suits your planned route, we compiled a list of the best cars to help satisfy your wanderlust. So, buckle up and enjoy the ride!
Hatchbacks have a long-standing reputation for everyday usability, practicality and boot space.
With a rear boot door that opens up and outward to make loading and unloading cargo or groceries easier, smaller dimensions than sedans or MPVs and all-round better visibility, hatchbacks are ideal for new drivers or small families who value the space offered in a small package.
Here are a few of the most popular hatchbacks in Singapore in the recent years.