Now that school's over and summer is here, it's time to start thinking about where you want to go and what you want to do in the next couple of months. One way to get started would be to look at a Toyota Yaris price. It's the most affordable in the Toyota line and comes as a 3 door hatchback or a 4 door sedan. Both models have a fabulous 106 horsepower engine with either 5 speed manual or 4 speed automatic transmission. It's great steering will get you into tight places easily. The hatchbacks offer keyless entry, power windows and more.
The Toyota Camry price will get you a comfortable, more spacious sedan. Options like a navigation system, heated seats and "smart" key system have been added. In the past few years, the interior has been upgraded and stronger horsepower has been added to the engine. Side airbags have also been introduced on some models as well as stability control. For the 2010 model, fuel economy is better due to a new 6 speed automatic transmission.
If you're looking for a Honda, you're choices are almost limitless for 2010. Whether you're looking at the Accord coupe or sedan, you'll be pleased. The Civic and the Civic Hybrid will both delight you. Whatever your price range is., you'll find a vehicle to meet all your needs. If you're looking for SUV's, trucks or vans you'll be able to select from different colors and interiors. The Nissa Leaf price won't drain your bank account. The 5 door hatchback is one of two pure electric cars offered in the United States for 2011. The wheels are powered with one or more electric motors rather than mechanical drive from the engine torque. It's cost is comparable to gasoline cars of the same size.