The very best worth vehicles on the Australian market have been named by Wheels Journal with the checklist emphasising the continued altering of the guard within the native market.
There are not any Holdens or Fords within the 10 winners named by the journal which picked the most effective “bang for your buck” throughout a variety of classes.
Even market chief Toyota has did not crack high spot on the rostrum although its premium Lexus model has taken out one of many prizes.
Japanese and European manufacturers have shared the spoils with Mazda, Mitsubishi, Kia, Volvo, Skoda and Volkswagen all among the many winners.
Within the mainstream sedan class, the normal stomping floor of the Holden Commodore and the Ford Falcon in years passed by, the Skoda Octavia 110 was named the most effective purchase.
The Kia Picanto S was named the most effective hatch and the Mazda CX-Three Neo the highest worth small SUV.
The judges selected their Gold Star Vehicles based mostly on a variety of standards together with buy value, gasoline economic system, insurance coverage prices, depreciation, servicing prices and warranties.
“When you consider a car is one of the biggest single expenses in your life, and certainly the most complex product you’ll buy, it’s nice to know you’re at the head of the pack and have made the smartest possible choice,” Wheels editor Alex Inwood stated.
“From small cars through to Utes and luxury sedans, the winners of these categories identify which motorists have achieved the greatest possible return on their investment.”
WHEELS MAGAZINE BEST VALUE CARS 2019:
* Small SUV – Mazda CX-Three Neo
* Medium SUV – Mazda CX-5 Maxx
* Giant SUV – Mitsubishi Outlander ES
* Premium SUV – Volvo XC60 D4 Momentum
* Duel Cab Ute – Mitsubishi Triton GLS Premium
* Mainstream Hatch – Kia Picanto S
* Premium Hatch – Mini Cooper
* Mainstream Sedan – Skoda Octavia 110 TSI
* Premium Sedan – Lexus IS 300h
* Efficiency – Volkswagen Polo GTI