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14 New Cars You Should Avoid Buying

Vukasin HerbezDecember 28, 2017

  1. Smart ForTwo

A fresh solution to the problem of urban transport when they first released it, the Smart ForTwo is now in its second generation. It has an improved design and mechanics, but is it enough for demanding car customers? Not exactly – the Smart ForTwo is still the smallest real car people can buy. It is still kind of a fashion accessory you can park wherever you want. However, it is not the best way to move around.

The standards of the market have moved on since they released the first Smart car. Today, the new ForTwo fails to convince buyers it is the best city car they can own. The biggest problems are a harsh ride and slow acceleration, especially if you choose the EV model.

Simply, you cannot have a comfortable ride in a car this short. Smart tries to hide the fact with suspension modifications but still, they haven’t been able to improve the ride.

  1. Chevrolet Spark

The Chevrolet Spark is a diminutive city car with four doors, a tiny trunk and a small engine. It is ideal for driving on crowded streets and parking in tight spaces. Due to its low price and interesting features, it has been popular, especially with younger buyers. But, it is not exactly the best in class with a few annoying flaws.

The Spark is uncomfortable, which could be expected for such a small vehicle. The interior is cramped if you are above six feet tall. The lack of trunk space can be a problem on longer journeys.

The fuel economy is lacking because the Spark averages 31 MPG, which is not the best. In this segment, you can find better driving, more comfortable and gas-efficient cars for the same amount of money.

  1. Nissan Versa Sedan

The compact sedan market is full of interesting cars from the domestic as well as import brands. The Nissan Versa Sedan is one of the models that is a common choice in this segment. However, it is not a particularly good car and most car experts don’t recommend it. The first problem is its design.

First, compared to other Nissan cars, the Versa Sedan is ugly and disproportional in appearance. Second, the interior is below the standards of the industry, both in quality and features. Third, the Versa is famous for engine issues that have plagued this model from the beginning. Most consumers wouldn’t want to drive an ugly car with a bad interior and faulty engine.

The next time you go car shopping, remember these 14 new cars you should avoid buying. Although you may want to save money, you don’t want to skimp on safety, fuel economy or performance.

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