When it comes to Coupes there are five categories that people usually study, these are under $20,000, under $30,000, under $40,000, under $60,000 and over $60,000. When you think of this range of vehicles you often look to the lower-end of that price scale, such as the BMW Mini, but I would much prefer the Audi A5 – I can only but dream. So what Coupe will you be looking to purchase in 2011?
This is a very tough question, one that could spark a huge debate but Edmunds has taken a look at some of the best from each of the price ranges, although not certain if I agree with some of them. Under $20,000 is a very popular price bracket, especially as things are still a little tight when it comes to spending a huge sum of money on a vehicle. Three of the most popular in this range is the Mini Cooper, VW Golf and the Kia Forte Koup; try to guess what one is the most popular of the three?
Things start to heat up in the under $30,000 price bracket, the 2011 Ford Mustang is a great seller, but it will come under huge pressure from the 2012 Dodge Challenger very soon, which looks to have a few old school design features.
Coupes for under $40,000 will see a close battle this year, as you will have the likes of the Audi A5, BMW Series 3 and the Infiniti G37 all competing with each other.
However, some drivers might look at what their cars will achieve per gallon, as the U.S. has now started to become conscious of this due to the increased gas prices. Newcars.com is here to help you decide which vehicle gives you the best return for your money at the pumps. The website offers you details on the size of the fuel tank, how much it costs to fill up and how much the annual cost will be based on 15,000 miles per year – 55 percent city and 45 percent highway driving.
What 2011 Coupe will you purchase?