New Cars Coming Soon in 2017

Looking for the very latest model cars and want to wait? This is the place to start your search.

Every year all our manufacturers launch, at times, a bewildering array of new models, face-lifted ranges and ground-breaking new cars. We have the skinny if you want to wait for the very latest models.

The newest smaller SUV’s that will provide increased room and a raised seating position with some 4×4 cars and better technology than smaller cars.


Jeep Compass (Early 2018)

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A rival to the Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Tiguan, it will be offered with three petrol engines and two diesels.


Kia Stonic (October 2017)

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Kia is set to launch a new small SUV that’s based on the Korean brand’s new Rio family hatchback. Expected to be called the Stonic, this new model will be powered by 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engines and be available with two or four-wheel drive. The Renault Captur rival is expected to cost from around £15,000.


Renault Captur (July 2017)

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Updates to the popular small SUV include new bumper and light designs, new technology inside, more safety kit and yet more paint colour combination options. Engines choices are unchanged. The 2017 Captur costs from £15,355.

New sports cars always attract a great deal of interest. Fast hatchbacks, sporty coupes and open topped roadsters bring a unique value to motoring interest.


Renault Mégane Renaultsport (early 2018)

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The next version of the Mégane hot hatch will flaunt its performance with raw pace rather than an overly lairy design, Renault officials have said. In fact, the model will have more than 300bhp from a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, making it the hottest Mégane yet. A six-speed automatic gearbox will be standard, while a six-speed automatic will be offered for the first time.



Kia Stinger (October 2017)

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Kia will soon launch its first true performance car, the Stinger. Styled like a sleek saloon but really a hatchback, it’s a rival to the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé. Kia is promising that the Stinger will offer a “nimble and fast” driving experience, but one which is also luxurious and quiet. Buyers can choose from two petrol engines: a 252bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder unit and a 360bhp twinturbocharged 3.3-litre petrol V6; the latter can propel the car from 0-60mph in just 5.1sec. The Stinger is expected to cost from around £30,000.

Increasingly popular large SUV cars ar perfect for larger families, comfort and more space with most offering very high specifications.


Alfa Romeo Stelvio (July 2017)

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Alfa Romeo’s first SUV is expected to be launched as a high-performance model with the 2.9-litre twin turbo petrol V6 engine from the Giulia Quadrifoglio. The Stelvio will rival high-end SUVs such as the Porsche Macan and Jaguar F-Pace. Alfa has focused on speed and cornering grip for the Stelvio, making it fun to drive, but the ride is rather firm.


Renault Koleos (July 2017)

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Renault’s new five-seat large SUV will arrive in the UK this year, and will cost from around £27,500. Based on the Nissan X-Trail, the Koleos should have decent leg room for rear passengers, and there’s 458 litres of boot space available. Two engines will be available, both diesels. As standard, the Koleos gets 18in alloy wheels, climate and cruise controls, lane departure warning, a rear parking camera, a panoramic glass roof and automatic emergency braking (AEB).