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The outlook for new cars in 2017 is somewhat less exciting than last year but there’s a few improvements to existing car models and uplifts for the mid-range city cars. What’s particularly exciting is that it will create some rave for the range of affordable personal lease cars for drivers looking to save a few pounds this year ahead of the uncertainty around Brexit.

Nissan Micra

Although the least popular out the bunch on design and in car technology, Nissan are giving a little more attention to this old time favourite amongst the cheap and cheerful range of cars. It is set to release a new model this year with an improved sporty look replacing those bubble shaped headlights with elongated wrap around wide eyed lights and a more compact look similar to what some would say to the last generation Honda Civic.

The Micra is also getting a new touchscreen entertainment system with a few added extras on the list to look out for and even inheriting a few trims from the better selling Qashqai.

Prices will start from around £9,000 making it one of the most affordable cars to lease this year.

Suzuki Swift

Another old favourite that was in high demand for importers in the late 90’s is launching its 4th generation model at the Geneva show this year. The sneak previews of this small compact city car give a clue that the interior space will most probably be kept the same but expect a more matured look on the outside.

Although the release of this new shape would probably be seen next year it’s a concept to look out for this year.

Mini Countryman

One of the nation’s old time favourites, the mini is set to release an improved and bulkier countryman SUV but retaining the mini look without trying to make it too big of an SUV as you would expect from other vehicles in the category.

This 2nd generation model has inherited the same chassis as the BMW 2 series active tourer maybe because the designers over at BMW are sharing the same mugs but this hasn’t influenced the look. What it means its stronger and more solid giving it a more practical drive and performance.

TIP: Expect a sporty version in April so hold tight all mini fans!

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Posted on 3rd February 2017 at 11:34 AM

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