The Top 5 cars with the best quality/price ratio

The Top 5 cars with the best quality/price ratio

Looking for the right car at the best price is important for many people who use a car daily. The average price of a new vehicle has recently surpassed $40,000, as new cars are equipped with the latest infotainment and safety technology, which means there’s a good chance the price tag is high.

In this year of a health crisis, it’s more important than ever to make the most of your money in this time of financial instability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. So we’ve compiled a list of exceptional cars and SUVs from 11 different segments that have the best balance of
quality and price.

1. The Acura ILX 2021 with an MSRP of $30,805, while comparable models approach $45,000

Think fast. Because quick reactions and confidence-inspiring responsiveness are built-in to the ILX, with its 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, sport-tuned steering, and precisely engineered suspension. Adorned with the Diamond Pentagon Grille, the ILX offers thrills both inside and out.

# 2 .The Infiniti QX60 2022 with a suggested retail price of $54,995 very affordable for a luxury SUV

We can deduce from the specifications of the new model that it is just as spacious as the previous version, if not more. The interior also received a major overhaul, updating the QX60’s cabin with premium materials like the optional quilted semi-aniline leather and wood accents. The new, larger bodywork has presence, with slim headlights, a wide grille and an optional black roof. This major redesign of the QX60 may just be what the model needs to once again become Infiniti’s most popular offering.

3. The Chevrolet Camaro 2021 with a suggested retail price of $29,598 while its direct competitors are well over $40,000

There’s nothing quite like hearing the thrilling timbre of a throbbing exhaust note or feeling the gratifying feedback from a superbly tuned steering system while flying down a twisty road. Few affordable cars offer both these satisfying sensations, but the Chevy Camaro is one of them. It’s not focused solely on being loud and going fast, however—even though it does both of those tasks very well. Chevy’s two-door pony car comes as a coupe or convertible, and it offers copious features and countless personalization options. While the 650-hp Camaro ZL1 is the most raucous version—and reviewed separately—every model from the base four-cylinder to the V-6 to the V-8 can be enhanced for track duty with the transformational 1LE package. Sure, the interior can feel claustrophobic and has several other quirks, but the 2021 Chevy Camaro is primarily geared towards those who love to drive. Like us.

4. The Chevrolet Bolt EV 2022 with a suggested retail price of $38,198 excluding federal and provincial rebates for a range of 417 km

photo Marc Lachapelle

Without any revolution, Chevrolet has managed to pull off a coup this year by presenting a renewed Bolt EV at a much better price than the previous one. Not to mention the upcoming arrival of the taller, beefier Bolt EUV, which would like to be mistaken for an SUV.

The Bolt EV’s profile hasn’t changed, but its front and rear ends have been redesigned. Most noticeable at the front are large zigzag headlights that combine LED headlights, parking lights and turn signals. They replace the traditional headlights and separate lights of the old car.

5. The Cadillac CT5 2021 with a suggested retail price of $40,098 while its direct competitors are well over $40,000

As sports sedans go, the 2022 Cadillac CT5 doesn’t have the crispest handling and isn’t the most luxurious, but its stylish exterior and eager optional powertrains keep it in the hunt with rivals such as the BMW 3-series, Mercedes-Benz C-class, and Genesis G70. The entry-level engine is a turbocharged four-cylinder, but things get more interesting with the optional twin-turbo V-6 under the hood. To maximize speed and agility, consider the V-series trim, which is the sharpest CT5 this side of the high-performance Blackwing (reviewed separately). Inside, the CT5’s cabin is spacious and well equipped, but those expecting high-end materials and luxury-level ambiance may be disappointed with what they find here. If you’re looking for the latest infotainment and driver-assistance features, however, you’ll find them in the CT5, including Cadillac’s impressive Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving feature.

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