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The 2013 New Car Buying Guide

November 22, 2012

This week, the editors of Edmunds.com released their 2013 New Car Buying Guide. In it, they offer comprehensive information and recommendations for every vehicle in the class of 2013. The guide is very well written and is meant to help you learn which models should be at the top of your consideration list before you begin to shop.

Below, you'll find their recommendations for Sedans, Coupes, and SUVs, but the full guide covers 7 other segments including hybrids, trucks, vans, and more. Be sure to use the CarWoo Deal Finder to get the best deals after choosing the vehicle you want to purchase.

Recommended Sedans
Under $15K Under $18K Under $25K Under $32K Under $40K Under $55KUnder $70KOver $70k
Chevrolet SonicMazda 3Ford FusionChrysler 300BMW 3-SeriesAudi A6Audi A7Mercedes S-Class
Ford FiestaHyundai ElantraHonda AccordBuick LacrosseHyundai GenesisMercedes E-ClassLexus LS 460Audi A8
Hyundai AccentFord FocusNissan AltimaFord Fusion HybridCadillac ATSLexus GS 350 Mercedes C63 AMGPorsche Panamera

Recommended Coupes
Under $20KUnder $30KUnder $40KUnder $65KOver $65K
Mini CooperScion FR-SBMW 3-SeriesBMW M3Porsche 911
Fiat 500Ford MustangAudi A5Mercedes E-ClassAudi R8
Hyundai Elantra Volkswagen GTIBMW 1 SeriesFord Mustang Boss Corvette Z06

Recommended SUVs
Under $25KUnder $34KUnder $40KUnder $55KOver $55K
Honda CR-VFord FlexAudi Q5Porsche CayenneInfiniti QX
Ford EscapeMazda CX-9Volvo XC60Acura MDXMercedes GL
Mazda CX-5GMC AcadiaBMW X3Infiniti JX35Range Rover

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Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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