Best New Cars for 2019-2020: Latest Cars, Trucks & SUVs | Edmunds


See the best upcoming new cars, trucks and SUVs for 2019 and 2020. In this video, the Edmunds editorial team shows you the vehicles you should have in mind — and the ones you shouldn’t — for your next purchase. From pricing to fuel economy to competitors, it’s all right here.

Jump ahead to your favorite manufacturer:
Acura 0:25
Audi 1:40
BMW 3:11
Chevrolet 5:47
Dodge 6:43
Ford 7:44
Genesis 9:13
Honda 9:58
Hyundai 11:35
Infinity 12:43
Jeep 13:23
Kia 13:49
Lincoln 15:25
Mazda 16:07
Mercedes-Benz 17:30
Nissan 19:24
Porsche 20:53
Ram 22:33
Subaru 22:59
Toyota 24:55
Volvo 26:31
Volkswagen 27:49

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Acura ILX:
Acura RDX:

Audi A6:
Audi A7:
Audi A8:
Audi e-tron:

BMW 3 Series:
BMW 8 Series:

Chevrolet Blazer:
Chevrolet Camaro:
Chevrolet Silverado:

Dodge Challenger:
Dodge Charger:

Ford Edge:
Ford F-150:
Ford Ranger:
Ford Mustang:

Genesis G70:

Honda Clarity:
Honda Insight:
Honda Passport:
Honda Pilot:

Hyundai Elantra:
Hyundai Kona Electric:
Hyundai Palisade:
Hyundai Santa Fe:
Hyundai Veloster:

Infiniti QX50:

Jeep Gladiator:

Kia Forte GT:
Kia Niro:
Kia Soul:
Kia Telluride

Lincoln Aviator:
Lincoln Nautilus:

Mazda 3:
Mazda MX-5 Miata:
Mazda CX-5:

Mercedes-Benz A-Class:
Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class:
Mercedes-Benz EQC:
Mercedes-Benz G-Class:

Nissan Kicks:
Nissan Maxima:
Nissan Murano:

Porsche 911:
Porsche Cayenne:
Porsche Macan:
Porsche Panamera:

Ram 1500:

Subaru Ascent:
Subaru Crosstrek:
Subaru Forester:

Toyota RAV4:
Toyota Prius:
Toyota Corolla:
Toyota Avalon:
Toyota Camry:

Volkswagen Beetle:
Volkswagen Jetta:

Volvo S60:
Volvo V60:
Volvo XC40:

Which new vehicles are you most excited about in 2019? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Really pushing those "hybrids" and "electric" cars. I'll pass. I'm tired enough keeping up with battery changes in my flashlights and ceiling fan controls. I'll stick with the tested "straight" gasoline engine.

  2. TOO MUCH EFFING ELECTRONICS CONTROLLING THE CARS, should be people controlling it. and modern cars are now too short lived, unreliable, and dangerous to drive…. if the electricity cuts out or computers malfunction.

  3. Ill keep my 15 year old e46 bimmer with 3.0 inline 6 NA engine and a MANUAL trans 6 speed. This is driving.

  4. Honking Car Locking and Alarm Setting Needs to Be Changed.
    Please ……Auto Industry Be Aware this Technology Wakes People Up at Night and Causes Great Stress to All of Us Who Have To Listen To It All Day and Worse Night Long. Please Find A More Environmentally and Community Friendly and Peaceful Way. As for Me I am A Cardiac Patient and the Ongoing Jarring Noise Can ThrowMe Into Arrhythmia. It is Terrfying. It Also Wakes Babies and Kids Up. Please Find New Technology. PLEASE!

  5. The Goblin: "I'm beefy and know how to read."

    The Asian Guy: "This car has a color! If you wanna know more visit my website. It costs money too!"

    The Car Enthusiast: "I'm secretly deadpool and actually like my job. Also don't buy this car.. "

  6. Can't entirely agree when it comes to Toyota. My family has been driving Toyota's since our 1985 Corolla (9 in total). But, they seem to be slipping. Our latest and probably last Toyota is a 2016 RAV4. So far, terrible and very noisy front brakes, replaced prematurely. Warped front left drive shaft, replaced. Very cheap paint quality that scratches far too easily, even fingernails will do it. Front driver's seat creaks and groans, although I'm average weight. And, most annoyingly and as reported by many other late-model RAV4 owners, the dash is cheap and full of creaks, rattles, groans and clicks. At certain speeds on certain road surfaces, there's a buzzing vibration sound that emanates from the dash (sounds a bit like a blown tweeter but isn't) that is impossible to drown out and is driving me bonkers. We had a 1991 Camry wagon with nearly 300,000 kms on it that had no dash rattles or noises. I expected at least that level from a 2016. I'm now counting down the months until the end of my lease so I can dump this lemon. They're trying to get me out of my lease early and into another Toyota, but everything they have on offer (interior-wise at least) appears so plasticky and cheap. I looked at the 2019 RAV4, and it's interior is at least as tacky and cheap looking as my 2016, and the new styling isn't great either. My previous Toyota was a 2004 Highlander, which had a much better interior and build quality, but then so did my Mom's 2003 Corolla for that matter. But somewhere around 2009 or 10 it seems that a downward slide began. Very annoyed. Never imagined that I'd regret leasing a Toyota.

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