Top Rated Family Cars for 2018-2019

As the New Year draws closer, motorists are eyeing on the new vehicle models that could make their journeys safer and more convenient.

Top Rated Family Cars

Today, we are going to share with you our 3 top rated family cars for 2018-2019.

2018 Toyota Camry/Camry Hybrid

2018 Toyota Camry

Though, Camry is a best-selling model in some parts of the world including America, it has never been famous for its design or driving ability. With 2018 Camry, Toyota is going to change everything. It will be more stylish inside out along with featuring a number of safety tech as well as more powerful engines. The new offering is lower, longer and wider than the current model. Moreover, there are different versions including ‘luxury’, ‘sport’, and ‘hybrid’, adapting different styling cues. The base model will carry an all-new 2.5L four-cylinder engine, while the hybrid will house a V6. Additionally, it will boast the Toyota Safety Sense suite of advanced electronic safety aids and driver assistance technologies consisting of automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automatic high beams. The starting price stands at $24,000.

2018 Ford Expedition

2018 Ford Expedition

The new 2018 Ford Expedition is going to bring a lot more on the table for new car buyers than any previous model. The automaker has constructed it with a lightweight aluminum instead of steel, thus making it more efficient and fuel proficient, which would be the best-in-class. Not only this, the new Expedition will feature a number of advanced safety technologies and driver assistance facilities along with new SYNC 3 infotainment system supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The family friendly SUV will also serve six USB ports and onboard Wi-Fi hot sport. Expect it to hit the dealerships in the coming few months, and the price will start at $52,390.

2018 Lexus LS

Lexus has been busy to bring a fully redesigned LS with a longer, lower, and wider stance boasting an extra 1.3-inches of wheelbase. It will feature a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 pumping out 415 horsepower channeled to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The power will either go to the rear wheels or all four wheels, with the latter being optional. It will be a highly safe family car with Lexus Safety System Plus A (probably, as Toyota has just unveiled it), which is a next generation Lexus Safety System suite with more improved facilities like Lane Tracing Assist, pre-collision steering assist, low-speed braking assist technologies and more. Pricing details have not been revealed yet but expect it around $75,000 for the base model with deliveries by the end of the year or start of the next year.

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