When the first day of a new year arrives, I typically expect to see a crowded gym filled with a whole slew of people fulfilling their new resolutions. Although I have not decided what my personal resolutions will be, saving money should be at the top of the list.
If one of your resolutions is to save money or to help the environment, you may want to consider buying one of the newest environmentally friendly and cost-effective 2015 vehicles. While most people pledge to improve themselves in the new year, why not improve your vehicle of choice? Stylish, state of the art and subcompact crossover cars seem to be the latest trend growing in 2015.
For instance, the new Chevrolet Trax, scheduled to come to the U.S. next year, made greenreports.com due to its gas mileage and pricing options.
Chevrolet dealer Jim Jennings says, “Trax is our new small SUV. Great for city driving, good mileage and lots of standard features, like 10 airbags.” An extremely updated Chevy vehicle, with the ability to hands-free talk with Siri (your magical best friend who resides in your iPhone) and Wi-Fi for passengers to browse the Internet while you are handling the wheel.
Another new and stylish car scheduled to hit dealerships in just a few short weeks is the Jeep Renegade. Perfect for those who are adventurous and looking to really give your car a good workout, equipped with a large sunroof window for sunny days or starry nights. Even those of you who make a resolution to be more adventurous in 2015, this car could fuel your quest. It is also very stylish with a sleek new twist on the classic Jeep look, for those of you who want to look your best in the new year (and I’m sure many young adults will agree that it is a good looking car).
Other models coming out in the new year, like the Nissan Juke and Kia Soul have a more modern look — compact, but more efficient than they may appear upon first glance. Meanwhile the Buick Encore and Honda HR-V have a more classic look and can equally fit your needs.
This may sound like an expensive resolution instead of a way to save money. However these new vehicles do not have to break the bank. Look into some RoadLoans, and find a plan that fits your needs and new year budget (which may be a little lower after the holiday season). Your resolution can be to get a new car, but also promise yourself to save the most on what you are getting. With all the leftover money, you may be able to afford that gym membership you’ve been meaning to get. Maybe save that resolution for 2016.Written by: