Can You Guess the Price Tag For These Well-Known Cars?

By: Craig
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There are so many cars available on the market in a range of segments. But even in each segment, prices vary massively. Would you be able to guess the entry-level price of these 2018 model cars?

The 2018 Acura is one of the cheapest vehicles in its class. It offers excellent fuel economy, but performance-wise, it's not that impressive. The entry-level model also has the bare minimum in terms of accessories. Expect 35 mpg on the open road and around 25 mpg in the city.

The 5-series from BMW offers brilliant handling, loads of space, a range of modern onboard technology options and incredible levels of comfort. Of course, for all of this, be prepared to pay a little more than other cars in this segment.

With its ample cargo space, incredible range of power plants, impressive handling and refined luxury, the Audi A7 is an impressive part of the German manufacturer's fleet. Another impressive aspect is the ton of features the vehicle comes standard with.

The largest of Audi's SUV offerings, the Q7 is not only fun to drive but it is comfortable and packed with many features. It is also extremely safe. That said, the Q7 is not the cheapest SUV available.

The Silverado and the GMC Sierra share exactly the same mechanical build and configuration. Now in its third generation, some top end models are powered by a 6600 cc V8 engine which develops 397 brake horsepower. The Silverado remains one of the most sought-after pickups in the United States

Despite its small back seat and minimal trunk space, the Audi A3 more than makes up for it in the fact that it is fun to drive with excellent handling and peppy acceleration. This is the perfect car for one person!

For lovers of all things American over foreign cars, the Regal makes perfect sense. Although the base entry is slightly underpowered, it handles well. The interior also has some modern technology combined with a good overall finish. Cargo space is limited, however.

Introduced in 1977, the BMW is the flagship of the company's executive cars. The latest generation, the sixth overall, has everything that its predecessors offered and more. This is German luxury, but with a powerplant and handling out of the top drawer. Spacious, elegant and with a range of gadgets, the price you pay for this vehicle might be higher than most, but it is certainly worth it.

The smallest of BMW's SUV offerings, the X1 is one of the best accelerating and handling SUVs on the market. Not only that, it is spacious and offers ample luggage space.

First released in 1948, without a doubt, the F-Series by Ford is the most iconic pickup in U.S. motoring history. Over the past 30 years, the F-150 has outsold every other competitor each and every year. And it's not difficult to see why. Now a thoroughly modern brand, the F-150 keeps that incredible personality of its predecessors.

The i3 is an electric vehicle offering from BMW. Obviously, people buy cars such as these to have as little impact on the environment as possible, but as you would expect from a BMW model, the i3 offers so much more. Performance and handling are both impressive while the interior is top class. This is the perfect car for the environmentally conscious.

This offering from Ford is popular and it's easy to see why. Not only does it have excellent handling and a spacious interior, but it also has impressive styling both inside and out. Gas mileage is not the best, however, while the entry-level vehicle is underpowered.

Probably least fancied by many as a luxury large-sized car, the LaCrosse will surprise some. It has an excellent safety rating, very impressive gas mileage numbers, handles well and offers a very comfortable ride. The LaCrosse is a real dark horse that should not be underestimated.

Well priced, excellent handling, lots of impressive features that come standard and a spacious interior make the Encore a serious player in the SUV market. It also offers excellent gas mileage figures with around 27 mpg in day-to-day city driving.

The Ram 1500 is one of the most popular trucks available in the United States today. It features a beautiful interior, gives a great ride and is extremely fuel efficient. The 2018 model has a rearview camera as standard.

Available as a two-door, four-door double and four-door crew cab, the GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado are effectively the same trucks. The Sierra is popular with customers looking for a rugged pickup capable of going the distance. Its ability to take a beating is one of the reasons the Sierra is used by the U.S. military.

For a vehicle with a drop top, the Cascada has some impressive trunk space. It also offers a smooth ride that is relatively quiet, an important consideration in cars of this nature. Sadly, it lets itself down with a fairly bland interior while fuel economy is not the greatest. The 2018 Cascada now comes with a navigation system as standard.

With gas mileage of around 25-30 mpg while city driving and up to 38 mpg on the highway, the Accord is one of the least thirsty cars in its class. Add to that comfort, space, features and impressive handling and you can see why this car is so well-loved.

For Caddy lovers, the CT6 hits the mark. It has three engine options to choose from, fairly decent gas mileage figures, a spacious interior as well as parking assist. It is let down by the fact that its trunk is fairly small.

With a ten-speed transmission, the 2018 Escalade provides excellent towing capacity. This is also helped by a V8 engine that packs some punch. The interior of this Caddy is top class, but for passengers in the third row of seats, things get a little cramped. And for a vehicle of this size, storage space is a little poor.

Blessed with excellent off-road capabilities, the Nissan Frontier entered the market in 1997 although it is known as the Navarra in many parts of the world. It has a range of petrol and diesel powerplants, Blistein shocks as well as a rear locking differential. It is also a lot cheaper than other vehicles in its class.

The Caddy ATS comes standard with plenty of features, offers a range of power options and gives an excellent ride thanks to its impressive handling. That said, it still lags slightly behind its German competitors. Economy wise, it's not the greatest and rear seat space and storage areas are small. It is a good all-rounder, however, especially if you love Cadillac.

Korean car manufacturers have made a real impact all over the world including the United States and it's not difficult to see why. Cars such as the Sonata are reasonably priced, come with a range of features as standard, offer a comfortable ride, are spacious and give good gas mileage.

The Impala name is synonymous with Chevrolet. This iconic brand first hit the vehicle market in 1958. Now in its tenth generation, the Impala is still a marque in demand in the United States. Well over half-a-million Impalas have been sold in the United States since 2012.

2018 sees a redesigned Equinox with many impressive features now standard on the vehicle. The Equinox offers excellent handling and a beautifully finished interior, but is let down by a fair to poor transmission. Gas mileage numbers are fairly impressive as well for a car of this size.

A Chevrolet global brand, the Cruze is also available in the United States where it is a fairly popular model. It offers excellent economy, a range of powerplant options, a fair amount of space for both passengers and luggage and gives a comfortable, quiet ride.

As the luxury brand of Nissan, Infiniti offers top-quality cars but a little pricier than other vehicles in their respective segments. The Q70 is certainly not cheap, even at entry level, but it does offer a host of onboard features, ample space for cargo and passengers and an excellent fuel-efficient hybrid engine.

The muscle car revolution of the 1960s brought about the iconic Dodge Charger. And still today, it takes on its traditional rivals, the Corvette and the Mustang. As in the past, with the latest model Chargers, expect big V8 engines and spacious interiors. What you should not expect is a little finesse.

Certainly an impressive-looking SUV, the Dodge Durango is well priced within the class, seats four to seven people and has a range of engine options across the available models. Safety scores for the Durango are a little lower than many of its competitors, however.

Obviously, the Fiat 500 is not for everyone, but if you are single and want a sporty, flashy car, look no further. Base models have a very small engine while obviously space is limited. As for passengers, well they will have to be happy to sit in a fairly confined space.

Great value for money, excellent for road trips and not a bad all-rounder, the Lincoln MKZ offers fuel efficiency thanks to its hybrid engine as well as a responsive ride with excellent handling.

The minivan market in the United States is fiercely competitive. The Pacifica from Chrysler is fairly new to it, but already has made an impression with impressive sales.

Although the Taurus offers an excellent ride, has plenty of trunk space and an impressive infotainment system, it falls down in other areas. These include poor handling, dated styling and a lack of interior space.

The Escape forms part of the very competitive compact crossover market. But it's not only in the United States the Escape is popular. Marketed under the name Kuga, the vehicle is sold in Europe, South African and Australia to name a few overseas markets. The Escape comes standard with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and is available with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.

The Fiesta was exclusively designed for European and world markets but is also available in the United States. The 2018 model has a range of engine options from 1000 cc to 1500 cc petrol driven and 1500 cc turbo diesel, all offering excellent gas mileage. The Fiesta has thoroughly modern styling and is a looker as well. Of course, as with many cars in this class, space is limited although the driver and front seat passenger do have plenty of space.

Although maybe not as popular as other Japanese makes, the Mazda6 offers excellent handling thanks to its responsive steering. Not only that, but also expect a comfortable ride and great gas mileage of around 27 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highways.

Another Korean offering, the Azera is stylish, comfortable and filled with technology, even the base models. It is let down by a fairly boring ride and less than impressive handling, however.

Still going strong today, the Dodge Grand Caravan was one of the first introduced in 1984 and is considered to be one of the first minivans.

One of the cheapest minivan options available, the Sedona, from Korean auto manufacturer Kia, has met the highest of safety standards, an important consideration when traveling with your family. It is not the most economical and has less cargo space than some of its competitors, however.

This full-sized crossover SUV vehicle has been in production in the United States since 2008. It includes two powerplant options, both V6 engines. The Flex is noted for its spacious cabin as well as extensive cargo spaces.

The Civic is one of Honda's most popular models and it's not hard to see why. Ample space, both for passengers and cargo, a smooth, quiet ride, excellent handling and brilliant gas mileage make the Civic hard to beat. And it comes in at a very competitive price.

Brilliant performance, a beautiful and refined interior, tons of features but below par gas mileage is what to expect from the 2018 Mercedes Benz E Class. This posh German manufacturer's vehicles are always incredible, but of course, that comes at a price higher than most other manufacturers in the segment.

Another Korean offering, the K900 boasts a spacious, well-finished interior, many impressive standard features as well as offering a comfortable, smooth ride. Where it does slip against some of its rivals is the fact that it posts some high gas mileage numbers.

With an impressive interior on par with more expensive SUVs as well as a beautifully smooth ride, the Arcadia is certainly a good potential option in the SUV market. It is let down by less cargo area than some other makes and of course, the old SUV problem: a cramped third row of passenger seats.

One of the top minivans available today, the Odyssey has it all. It handles well, has great acceleration, ample space for your family and their luggage and more than decent gas mileage.

With a responsive engine, comfortable ride and surprising amount of passenger space, the Clubman is a popular model. Cargo space is limited, however.

The Nissan Altima is a solid performer blessed with above average gas mileage figures, a comfortable interior and spacious cargo areas. That said, it offers a bland interior, average powerplant options and still makes use of some older technology that competitors have long since replaced.

An American classic, the Continental marque has adorned many Lincolns over the years. The 2018 model has some advantages over its rivals, especially in the fact that it costs less but sadly, it is let down in terms of a dated interior, less than impressive space and poor gas mileage figures.

The entry-level Yukon has less than stellar cargo space. That can be overlooked, however, thanks to its fine interior finish and the massive amount of power sitting under your right foot.

With seating for up to 8, the Sienna is certainly a people carrier! It is also extremely safe and the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive.

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