New car releases that you need to know about

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While it may be close to two months since the 66 reg plate was released, there are still plenty of new vehicles just finding their way into dealerships.
New and used car dealership Motorparks has shone the light on three particular vehicles that are sure to catch the eye in the new car market:

Ford Ka+

This month saw the arrival of the third-generation of the Ford Ka — the Ford Ka+.
So, what has allowed this particular model to stand out from the vehicles that came before it in the range?

One of the first things that fans of the Ka series will notice is that the newest variant has five doors, as opposed to the three-door setup we have come to expect from standard Ka models.

If you often need to commute in busy areas, you’ll also be pleased to hear that the new Ford Ka+ is compact enough to travel through even the most packed of city centre streets. Then there’s the fact that everything from striking alloy wheels to electric rear windows and an exceptional air conditioning system is available on each model as standard.

You can pick up the Ka+ right now from £8,995.

Fiat Tipo

In need of a vehicle that’s perfect for the family? Then we recommend that you check out the new Fiat Tipo.

The car can be picked up as either an estate or a hatchback, with both variants coming complete with five doors to make access into and out of the car incredibly easy for drivers and passengers.

There’s plenty aboard the new Tipo that you’ll want to check out too. Fiat’s hi-tech Uconnect infotainment system is built into the car’s dashboard to make getting from A to B even more fun, while a powerful air-conditioning system is sure to make every journey a relaxing experience.

Prices for the new Fiat Tipo start at £12,270.

Alfa Romeo Giulia

If you’re on the lookout for a new company car, then the new Alfa Romeo Giulia will make for a top choice when it’s released in November.

The Alfa Romeo 159’s spiritual successor, and also the vehicle that will mark the well-known Italian manufacturer’s return to the executive saloon sector, the new Giulia instantly catches the eye with its luxurious design.

By being filled with handy technology, and boasting a 2.2-litre diesel engine which can limit CO2 emissions to under 100g/km, the Giulia is sure compete well against the BMW 3 Series, the Jaguar XE, the Mercedes C-Class and the Audi A4.
Prices for the Alfa Romeo Giulia will start at £28,354.

Joseph is a dedicated and passionate motoring enthusiast. Usually found behind the wheel of a white Ford Fiesta ST, but dreams of driving a Bugatti Veyron. Connect with Joseph via Twitter.