It’s getting more expensive to buy a car.
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The average new car transaction price is approaching $40,000, according to TrueCar’s Automotive Lease Guide. So, it makes sense to want the most bang for your buck.
In its Best Cars for the Money report, U.S. News and World Report looked at 11 different automotive classes and ranked the top 2020 vehicles in terms of quality and value.
Here are five winners:
2020 Honda Fit: Best Subcompact Car
Starting MSRP: $16,190.
This car comes with 52 cubic feet of cargo space and is equipped with fun tech features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. It also has a 7-inch touch screen.
2020 Kia Soul: Best Subcompact SUV
Starting MSRP: $17,490
The Kia Soul features Apple and Android integration with a 7-inch touch screen as well and comes with 62 cubic feet of cargo space. Its safety features include blind-spot monitoring.
2020 Kia Forte: Best Compact Car
Starting MSRP: $17,890
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Each Kia Forte comes equipped with forward-collision warning, lane departure warning and lane-keeping assist, as well as an 8-inch touch screen with smartphone mirroring.
2020 Honda CR-V: Best Compact SUV
Starting MSRP: $25,050
The Honda-CR-V has 75 cubic feet of cargo space and a number of safety features including automatic emergency braking as well as land and forward-collision warnings.
2020 Toyota Camry: Best Midsize Car
Starting MSRP: $24,425
The base models of these cars come standard with automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure and forward-collision warnings. Along with Apple and Android integration, the Toyota Camry also has Amazon Alexa compatibility.