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Feature Friday, Part 8 of 8, New Cars Announced for 2020

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We are wrapping up our New Cars for 2020 series. Here are the last ones:

BMW X3e

Predicted Cost: $65,000

‘BMW has been selling its luxurious X SUV lineup like crazy over the past few years, mostly due to its high quality coupled with an incredibly sleek design and fairly affordable price. The 2020 BMW X3e is the German automaker’s first attempt at turning its popular SUV into a hybrid plug-in. It has the same powertrain as the 330e sedan and includes a 2.0L turbo-four-engine and an electric motor, which gives it an honorable output of 252 horsepower.

You can expect a zero to sixty acceleration time of 6.5 seconds and a top speed of 130 miles per hour, making it a relatively fast SUV. In case you’re interested in purchasing BMW’s hybrid SUV, you can expect a price tag of about $65,000, but for now, the ball remains in BMW’s court to prove that the X3e functions as an optimal family car, if it wants to be successful.

Ford F-150

The Ford F-series

has been one of the company’s most valuable and best-selling pickup trucks in the United States since 1977 and its best selling vehicle since 1986. The F-series has generated generates over $40 billion in annual revenue for Ford and has successfully served the company ever since its inception in 1948. With the release of the 2020 Ford F-150, the company has really outdone itself and included a series of makeovers that improve on the already impressive truck. According to Ford, the F-150 will arrive in many different models, including the XL, CLT, King Ranch, Platinum and more. Regardless of the model you choose, you’re surely going to find exactly what you need due to the car’s incredible performance, prestigious design and excellent style.

The F-150 is a very reliable truck and can tow up to 13,200, which makes it an extremely cost-efficient car when you realize it has a base cost of less than $30,000. While some critics claim that the interior comfort level could use some improvement, it’s still a very reasonable tradeoff when you take into account the incredible deal that you’re getting with the F-150.’

- Herald Weekly, 8/22/2019 & Photo from Respective Dealers

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