2019 is set to release incredible cars from the most popular brands around the world. From sport utility vehicles to ultra high-end luxury cars, we are excited to see what the new year brings. Every year, brands release information about what new cards will be available for the following year.

With so many 2019 models currently available and releasing soon, it’s difficult to decide what new car might be right for you. Here are our picks for the top new cars in 2019 and what you should know about these incredible vehicles.

Aston Martin Vantage

Jumping to the ultra-high end of the vehicle scale, the Aston Martin Vantage is simply stunning. Prices are rumoured to start at $299,950, and the 2019 Vantage is set to release later this year. Natural competitor to the Porsche 911.The seemingly uniform body maximises aerodynamics, with a Mercedes -AMG sourced twin-turbo V8 and rear mounted eight speed automatic gearbox with perfect 50;50 weight distribution. Engine specs of 375kw and 685Nm will propel the Aston to 0-100kph in just 3.6 secs. Every detail is exquisitely crafted, making the 2019 Vantage one of Aston Martin’s best yet. More focused, more driver-centric, longer, wider and faster than the previous model.


Often seen as the rival to the Audi Q5, Mercedes Benz GLC and Porsche Macan, the 2019 BMW X5 is a stunning compact SUV with impressive performance and style. Starting at $112,00,000, the BMW X5 is set to release in November of this year. This is the fourth generation of the series, with the X5 gaining new technologies, safety features, and even the choice of a 6 or 8-cylinder engine. Initially Australia will get the 2 diesel variants seen as the most popular choice amongst BMW X5 customers. These are the XDrive30d and M50d all-wheel drive variants. These two engines provide 0-100kph figures of 6.5 secs and 5.2 secs from 195kw/620Nm & 294kw/760Nm respectively. The X5 promises improvements in luxury, technology and ride and handling. Future modifications include the ability to choose a hybrid plugin.

Jaguar I-PACE

Tesla raised the bar for fully electric cars and manufactures are now following. Jaguar has just released in the Australian market it’s first fully electric I-PACE. MNCBA was one of the first to drive it. Unique styling, with a cross between the practicality of an SUV and a Jaguar sports saloon. Whisper quiet as you would expect. It has all the traits of Jaguars handling and driver centric steering feedback and connection to the road. are there to be enjoyed. This is truly a drivers car to be enjoyed. Tap into the instant 700nm torque and the be slingshot to 0-100kph in 4.8 secs. The bar has been further raised by Jaguar with others like Porsche and Audi in hot pursuit. It is a game changer in electric cars. You can save the planet and enjoy the drive too. A driving range of up to 470kms. Four variants on offer starting from $120,000 to $160,000. One to test drive and experience.

Lexus ES 300h

The seventh generation Lexus ES 300h is a four-door sedan that’s anything but suburban. The Australian market is one of the first worldwide to receive this exclusively powered hybrid-drive system. More economical than before with the promise of 4.6L/100km. The new engine produces 131kw and 221nm and when combined with the electric motor rises to160kw’s.. Quieter, longer, wider and lower than the previous model it will be cheaper also with prices starting at $59,888. Coming in two grades, Luxury and Sports making it a fun and practical choice for anyone looking to upgrade to something extraordinary.

Porsche Cayenne

We couldn’t complete a list of top cars without including the classic Porsche Cayenne. The 2019 edition takes everything that’s great about a Cayenne and makes it even better. The all new Cayenne will come into Australia with a choice of between 2.9-litre V6 and 4.0-litre V8 petrol engines. Expect as standard Porsches eight speed Tiptronic S auto transmission as standard. These engines produces 324kw/550Nm and 404kw/770Nm respectively. With an engines providing this much performance, you’ll truly enjoy driving this car. The interior is bigger than the 2018 model, and the car itself is actually faster than last year’s, all the while getting better fuel economy. Porsche has also officially pulled the plug on diesel engines seeing the future in electric vehicles and hybrid combinations. Prices will start at $116,300 rising to $239,400 for the V8.

Volvo V60

The only station wagon on our list, the Volvo V60 gives you the reliability that you come to expect with a Volvo in a beautiful, streamlined body. The highlights in this all new model focus around styling /interior presentation, safety, space and its T6 petrol engine. This station wagon packs a lot of power into the larger, roomier body with 529-litre boot space. Volvo’s City Safety System is further enhanced allowing the vehicle to drive itself at speeds up to 130km/h. Customise the V60 by choosing one of two trims, either Momentum or Inscription. Pricing for the Volvo V60 starts at $60,000..

My Next Car Buying Advocacy

These are just a few of the many 2019 models that have released or are set to release in the near future. At My Next Car Buying Advocacy, we are extremely excited to see what the future of the automotive industry has in store, and we are here to help you with all of your car buying needs. We are constantly on the lookout to test drive the latest car offerings so we can best offer advice to our clients in best match the right car to their needs. From ultra high-end vehicles to your first car purchase, our team can help you get the best deal for your dream car. For more information on what we can do for you or to start your car search, contact the team at My Next Car Buying Advocacy today.

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