Looking for the top vehicles to purchase? You’re in the right place. There are many different types of cars, but most today all meet very high standards. So which are the very best ones available?
We’ve assembled the most recent Parkers New Car Awards winners and are presenting them here for your convenience. This is a great selection of SUVs, saloons, hatchbacks, and sports cars from which you can choose, and we’ll explain why we believe they’re all winners.
Check out this blog highlighting the best upcoming cars if you’re searching for the next best thing.
Best cars 2022
1. Skoda Enyaq iV
The Skoda Enyaq iV wins the top prize at the Parkers New Car Awards 2022, defeating some fierce competition in the process. The VW ID.4 and Audi Q4 are sister brands that share technology, but the Enyaq surpasses both of them, which is quite amazing. Not only is it more cost-effective or more economical to operate, but it also has more appealing all-around qualities.
2. Renault Clio
The Renault Clio won our Best First Car award for the third consecutive year in 2021, giving it a hat-trick of victories. It is amazing news for the French supermini, but it is well-deserved because this vehicle is not only attractive to look at but also enjoyable to drive, well-equipped, and reasonably priced.
3. Ford Puma
The Puma defeated potential challengers that have since been introduced, retaining the title of Small Family Car for 2022. With the stylish SUV providing a variety of affordable petrol engines, an enjoyable driving experience, and a significant amount of practicality for family life, this Ford remains the one to beat.
4. SEAT Leon Estate
The SEAT Leon Estate triumphs due to its size and design. Both adult and child seats can fit comfortably in the back seat, and there is a ton of storage space inside. The Leon is a svelte, alluring estate vehicle that drives as sharply as it appears, which is an even better trade-off for this practicality than having to drive an ugly bus.
5. Kia Sorento
With a seven-year warranty to support it, the Kia Sorento is well-equipped, solidly built, and thus should be completely reliable. It is simple to operate and offers a selection of economical engines, including a conventional diesel, a regular hybrid, or a plug-in if you would like to significantly reduce operating costs or company car tax bills.
6. Fiat 500e
The Fiat 500 Electric is perfect for today’s world because it combines style, cutting-edge technology, and a zippy driving experience without using a drop of gasoline. Modern technology is used throughout the sleek, user-friendly interior.
7. Volkswagen ID.3
The ID.3 does a fantastic job of managing if you want an EV that looks and feels futuristic but won’t make you feel alienated. The styling is completely up to you, and all models promise to go more than 200 miles on a single charge. If you require more distance, the longer-range Tour provides 330+ miles from its bigger battery.
8. Land Rover Discovery
With seven generously sized seats and the capacity to electrically and remotely fold the last two rows of seats at the touch of a button, the Discovery is a colossally spacious family vehicle. This is a clear choice because it has in-car wifi, off-road ability, and that crucial commanding view out the windows.
9. BMW 330e
Few plug-ins are as enjoyable to drive down your favorite B road as the BMW 330e. Fortunately, it calms down to a relaxing and quiet cruise, making this a great mile-eater. This BMW 330e is a Company winner thanks to its luxurious interior packed with high-quality materials as well as the best infotainment system available right now.
10. Toyota GR Yaris
Believe the hype, that’s all we have to say about the Toyota GR Yaris. Only a handful of performance vehicles in recent times have provided such a blissful driving experience, and it’s reasonably priced makes it even better. Due to its small size, it is incredibly light for a contemporary hot hatchback and swift!