Even though we are moving towards the latter part of the year that does not mean the auto market in the UK will slow down on its launches, as we can see there are still a great deal of upcoming cars in the UK in 2014, more specifically for September and October.
There are cars being officially unveiled over the next couple of months to suit the needs for all tastes, such as for performance enthusiasts, or those centered more towards the family. It does not matter what your budget is, there will surely be a car for you in September and October, and so we thought we would highly a handful of what we believe to be the best.
First up we have the BMW M4 convertible, and while it may not seem like the ideal time to purchase one because of the weather starting to take a turn for the worst, at least you know it will be ready and waiting for the Spring 2015. The new car will be released this month and will cost £64,000, which is a tough price bracket because it puts it in close contention with the Porsche Boxster GTS and the awesome Jaguar F-Type.
If your budget cannot spread that much, then why not consider the Vauxhall Adam 1.0 liter model? The new powertrain is refined and will be the perfect vehicle for use in the city. Vauxhall has yet to give this new model a price, but we should know pretty soon.
The Ford Focus facelift model will also be launched this month, although it is more of a minor refresh than anything else. There have been a few changes to the exterior, although the biggest changes are to its interior. Ford is keeping its cards close to its chest, as the price has yet to be made available.
The Jaguar XE will be launched in October, although the company has already shared a few details about the car. We already know some of its specs and fuel economy, as well as an impressive starting price of £27,000.
These are just a few of the cars that are to be launched over the next two months, but head over to Autocar who has a far more extensive list.
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