9 December 2015

Top 5 Executive Cars for 2016


An executive car is a vehicle that is larger than a family car whilst offering the elegance of a luxury car. In 2016, a host of new executive cars will enter the market. Here is a look at the top five of these vehicles.

Executive Cars

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1. Alfa Romeo Giulia

Due for release in September 2016, the Alfa Romeo Giulia will replace the 159 saloon and marks the car company’s return to the family car sector. The glamorous Giulia will be available in turbo petrol and diesel models, and the rear-wheel drive ensures it will compete in the thrill stakes.

2. BMW 5 Series

There is talk that the new BMW 5 Series might not make it to the market until 2017, but it looks set to be a great addition to the executive car sector to rival vehicles such as the next-generation Mercedes E Class. With its plug-in hybrid powertrains, it is likely to be widely available through Leicester car leasing companies along with those located in other large UK cities due to its appeal to city drivers.

3. Audi A4

The new Audi A4 will be available at the end of 2015, and anyone looking for an executive car for 2016 that is known for its efficiency need not look any further. You can research the new trend of leasing by checking out websites such as http://leasing.totalmotion.co.uk/. With so many executive cars now on the market, leasing companies are increasing their executive car offerings.

4. Volvo S90

The flagship saloon for Volvo will share the same chassis as the Volvo XC90, and this new addition to the market looks set to be popular with commuters. The reliability of a Volvo combined with the stylish design of the new S90 will ensure it is a highly sought-after car. Manchester, London and Leicester car leasing companies – to name just a few – will make sure their fleet includes a few of these because they promise to lease like hotcakes.

5. Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 won’t be available until early in 2017, but it will be worth the wait. While it comes with a £30,000 starting price, it looks set to be worth every penny. The design of the bodywork is still a well-kept secret, but if there is one thing Tesla always does well, it’s building a super stylish car.