Six Most Demanded Cars Worth to Wait for

0 comments, 14/07/2011, by , in Auto Reviews

2011 has been a great year for cars manufacturers. The newest, modernized and innovative cars are in great demand. Car lovers are in a hurry to buy new cars and add them to their latest collection. Car sales have increased and there is a shortage of new car supplies to dealers.

People are in a wait in line to buy new cars. Many have booked their orders. The most popular cars are in most demand, so they have to wait for their most favorite car.

Here is a list of six most demanded cars worth to wait for buying.

  1. 2011 Hyundai Sonata’s
  2. 2011The Hyundai Elantra
  3. 2011 Mazda CX-7
  4. 2011 Ford Explorer
  5. 2011The Toyota Prius
  6. 2011 The Honda Civic

1. 2011 Hyundai Sonata’s

Hyundai Sonata’s with the blazing performance, dominating exterior and Blueliink interior is the most demanded vehicle with a starting price of $19,395 MSRP. Its yearly sales have increased more than 17 percent resulting to wait for its availability at local dealers. Its day of supply ;which is the number of units currently in inventory divided by the average number of unit sales of that vehicle per month, is 27. There are 9 Trims options for Sonata that are worth waiting.

  • GLS

  1. Manual
  2. Auto
  3. Auto PZEV
  • SE

  1. Auto
  2. Auto TGDI
  • Limited

  1. Auto
  2. Auto PZEV
  3. Auto TGDI
  • Hybrid

2. 2011 The Hyundai Elantra

The 2011 Hyundai Elantra is compact popular car which everyone wants to buy. The stylish traditional car boosts an exclusive exterior and interior. The price started from $14,945. There was a yearly increase of 17 percent and 20,918 units of 2011 Hyundai Elantra were sold. However, last year the sales only went up to 9,657 units. It has limited availability and days of supply are almost 12. The 2011 Hyundai Elantra has options for 3 trims

  1. GLS M/T
  2. GLS A/T
  3. Limited

3. 2011 Mazda CX-7

2011 Mazda CX-7 is a highly demandable car among car lovers. The sleek, comfortable and fuel economic Mazda is a cross over which everyone wants to have. With a starting price of $21,990, it was bought by many cars passionate customers and its supply ended in April with 67 days-supply of inventory. It can also be financed for 60 months at $16.67 per month per $1000 at $0 down at your local dealers. Its 7 trims options for 2011 Mazda CX-7 are:

  1. iSV
  2. iSport
  3. sTouring
  4. i Touring
  5. s Touring AWD
  6. sGrand Touring
  7. sGrand Touring AWD

4. 2011 Ford Explorer

2011 Ford Explorer is another favorite car of customers with a yearly increase in sales of 138 percent in 2011. Starting at a price of $28,360 it is fuel friendly with 3.5LTiVCT V6 engine. Terrain management system and 7- passenger seating makes it more demanding among consumers with 6 trims

Base

  1. FWD
  2. 4WD

XLT

  1. FWD
  2. 4WD

Limited

  1. FWD
  2. 4WD

5. 2011 The Toyota Prius

2011The Toyota Prius is a car worth waiting with consistent sales at a starting price of $23,520. 2011 Best Overall Value of the Year in its Class award was given by intellichoice. It has four options for models which include.

Prius Two

  • 1.8L 4-Cyl. Hybrid

Prius Three

  • 1.8L 4-Cyl. Hybrid

Prius Four

  • 1.8L 4-Cyl. Hybrid

Prius Five

  • 1.8L 4-Cyl. Hybrid

6. 2011 The Honda Civic

2011 The Honda Civic yearly sales increased with just over seven percent and consumer interest ranking was also increased. Starting at a price of $15,805, this hot car is customer’s favorite and gives impressive mileage. So, hang around for this stylish car for the best ever trims if it is not available at your dealer which include.

  1. DX 5-Spd MT
  2. DX-VP 5-Spd MT
  3. DX-VP 5-Spd AT
  4. LX 5-Spd MT
  5. LX-S 5-Spd MT
  6. EX 5-Spd MT
  7. EX 5-Spd AT
  8. EX-L 5-Spd AT

If you want any of these most demanding vehicles and they are not available at your local dealer, then you have to remain calm and wait for your favorite vehicle.

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