As we enter the cooler months, there’s a lot of excitement about the new models and cars that are appearing, and reappearing, in 2019. Manufacturers are bringing models back from the dead, redesigning crowd favorites, and adding new models for consumers to enjoy.
The largest market in 2019 is following trend and there will be many new crossovers and SUVs that are introduced to the industry. The Acura RDX is being redesigned and the Subaru Outback is getting a big sister. Families who have outgrown the 2-row Outback will now have the option for a 3-row Ascent SUV.
Truck buyer will have their pick of the litter. After 8 years of retirement, the compact Ford Ranger reappears and newly redesigned models of the the ever-popular Chevy Silverado 1500, Ram 1500, and GMC Sierra 1500 are hitting the scene.
Regardless of your preferences, 2019 will be the year of ample choices. With fast-moving technology and invention, these makes and models are eons beyond their predecessors.
New (and Improved) Cars for 2019
2019 Chevy Silverado –
The newly redesigned Chevy Silverado was created with 1 goal in mind: to give the Ford F-150 a run for its money. This new model offers class-leading cargo volume, weighs 450 pounds less than the previous model, and offers your choice of 6 different engine options.
2019 Infiniti QX50 –
The all-new QX50’s cabin is driver-centric, but offers passengers the same level of comfortability. This model offers top-notch interior materials, a variety of convenience and safety features, and unparalleled interior space.
2019 Ford Ranger –
After being discontinued in 2011, the Ranger is back by popular demand. The Ranger has a high-strength steel frame, 2.3 Liter EcoBoost engine, and 10-speed automatic transmission.
2019 BMW 3-Series –
A complete redesign, the BMW 3-Series constantly ranks for top luxury small sedan. Not much has been confirmed regarding the redesign, but consumers can rest assured that multiple turbocharged engine options will be available. A 2.0 Liter 4-cylinder engine will be standard in base models, but the M340i trim (or equivalent) can expect to have a 3.0 Liter 6-cylinder engine.
2019 Cadillac XT4 –
In 2017, Cadillac introduced the XT5 – a midsize luxury SUV. For 2019, they are introducing it’s little sister – a small luxury subcompact SUV named the XT4. Consumers will have their choice of 3 trim options – Premium Luxury, Luxury, and Sport. 4G connectivity, as well as an 8-inch infotainment console come standard. The XT4 standard engine will have a 237-horsepower inline-four and is expected to get approximately 30 mpg on the highway.