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Popular Mechanics, a publication that follows cars, and all things mechanic, through the ebbs and the flows of the up and down trends, has identified what it says are the new cars worth waiting for.

Currently, the magazine says that style and sportiness are just as important in the buyer’s eye as is fuel efficiency when it comes to the 2013 and 2014 model year cars. Many of the cars that Popular Mechanics has its future-seeing vision set upon are in the sweet spot of $20,000 to $30,000.

The cars worth waiting for are:

  1. The 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo, $23,000, with its 201 horsepower is 45% more powerful than the current Veloster.
  2. The 2013 Dodge Dart R/T, $23,290, is the most muscular of the re-arisen Dart brand.
  3. Though probably not on everyone’s short list, the $100,000 2013 SRT Viper fits 640 horses beneath its long and sexy hood, it certainly is a car worth waiting for.
  4. The 2013 Ram 1500, $22,000, did not just receive a facelift, but rather a total makeover. It is now up to five percent more aerodynamic than is its predecessor and has an eight-speed automatic transmission.
  5. The 2013 Chevy Sonic RS, $22,000, is a Sonic, yet somehow fun and sporty.
  6. The 2013 Subaru WRX is fitted with a FA motor that is smaller and therefore able to sit lower in the engine bay. This results in a car with great balance.

These are our top picks from PopMech‘s list of 12.  For the remaining six, go here.

[Image:  Hyundai]

 

 

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Taylor is the founder of AutoFoundry.com. He's a seasoned fiction and web writer who has been involved in the automotive industry for nearly a decade. He's currently restoring a 1985 BMW 325e. Email | Twitter | Google+

 

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