8 great new rides for 2014

Innovative cars and trucks hitting the road for the first time

The model year is changing and we've already picked our favorite all-new rides for 2014. And by all-new, we mean all-new. These aren’t updated versions of models you've seen on the road before. We're talking about the freshest, most original designs arriving in showrooms now, or a little later this fall.

They range from a practical urban runabout and luxury electric coupe to a V8-powered muscle sedan and turbocharged sports car with a legendary family tree. You'll find something here for every taste and pocketbook. Whether you’ve got $22,000 or $70,000 to spend, we’ve got you covered.

Fuel economy numbers are EPA estimates, and all prices include automatic transmission, power windows, door locks and outside mirrors as well as the destination charge. Let’s start with our most affordable favorite and work our way up …

Slide show by Russ Heaps

October 2, 2013


  • Jim Kelly

    All the Best cars have one thing in common ------- The Gasoline Engine
    Cars That Have Gasoline Engine is still the most wanted

  • Mark

    The Honda Civic is good on gas and the 2013 model was rated safest in its class in virtually all areas including front end collision. My Honda Civic 2002 was recently totaled in a front end collision and I got out of my car with no broken bones and only minor injuries. I'm glad to be alive. My insurance company gave me more than $5000 for the car. I paid $10,000 for it in 2004 when I bought it used at a Toyota dealership.