News | 20 April 2018

Top 4 cars introduced in Singapore in April 2018

  • Porsche Cayenne
    1 / 4 Porsche Cayenne

    Dynamic drivers who want both space and pace will be tempted by the all-new Porsche Cayenne, which offers higher performance and greater practicality than the old model. Key features include compound-coated brake discs that are stronger than conventional ones, an optional active rear spoiler (that also works as an air brake) and a rear-wheel-steering system. Currently, the lineup is comprised of the Cayenne, Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo models, but an eco-friendlier hybrid and even hotter Turbo S variant should follow shortly.

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  • Toyota Vios
    2 / 4 Toyota Vios

    Toyota’s entry-level saloon is now more upmarket than its predecessor. Apart from its fresher design, the Vios is also better equipped and more economical. Both the less expensive E and range-topping G variants have seven airbags (up from two previously) and Vehicle Stability Control as standard. The Vios continues to be powered by a naturally aspirated 1.5-litre 4-cylinder, but this motor is now paired to a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) instead of a 4-speed automatic for improved fuel efficiency.

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  • Jaguar E-Pace
    3 / 4 Jaguar E-Pace

    Jaguar’s new baby SUV is out to attract sporty suburbanites with its design, which is clearly inspired by the F-Type Coupe/Roadster. The E-Pace isn’t just about style, though. It’s also surefooted thanks to its all-wheel-drive system and adaptive dampers. The E-Pace is expected to be available in 249hp and 300hp variants, which are both powered by turbocharged 2-litre petrol engines.

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  • Jeep Cherokee
    4 / 4 Jeep Cherokee

    The new Cherokee may not look too different from its predecessor, but it actually has a host of improvements that enhance its usefulness and performance. Inside, the infotainment system has been updated, while storage space has increased thanks to the redesigned centre console and cargo hold. The Cherokee’s naturally aspirated 2.4-litre Tigershark motor is now more efficient than the older unit, but the engine to look forward to is the new turbocharged 2-litre that delivers 270hp.


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