Top 5 Car

1. Chevrolet Bolt

Bolt EV is the first affordable all-electric car to offer an EPA-estimated 238 miles of range on a single charge. It has a long list of impressive characteristics, including some of the most technologically advanced features, stand-out looks and plenty of space. Because life never stops, here’s an electric vehicle that can keep up. If you’re looking to purchase a Chevrolet Bolt EV, take advantage of the federal tax credit where you could get up to $7,500† while it’s still available.

2. BMW M4 

Drivers in the Greater Burlington area looking for racing-inspired performance and impressive style are in luck - the new 2018 BMW M4 has arrived at The Auto-master BMW! Returning with a completely new look and BMW's latest technology, the new M4 is sure to turn heads as you cruise through town.  The lighter the vehicle, the faster it can move. The engine brace, trunk lid, and the Coupe’s roof are made of incredibly strong, lightweight Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic  components – designed to reduce weight while enhancing maneuverability and strength. The BMW M4 includes an integrated rear spoiler made of lightweight Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic which keeps the weight off while creating rear down-force. Coming in both coupe and convertible variations, the 2018 M4 offers incredible class and distinction for the road ahead. Its sleek and seductive body styling makes this car almost as fun to look at as it is to drive. From its jet-black grille with iconic M4 badging to its curvaceous taillights, the M4 is sure to make a statement as you pull up in traffic. Inside, the new M4's completely reconfigured interior has ample space for passengers. With its plush leather seats and a variety of available creature comforts, the M4 strives to give drivers and passengers a one-of-a-kind experience on the roadThe M4's high-pressure, lag-free turbocharging system utilizes two Twin Power turbos to provide a broad plateau, while BMW's double-VANOS technology varies camshaft timing, allowing higher pressure to build inside the cylinder for optimal power output throughout the rev range. The new nomenclature says M4, but for all practical purposes you can put that to one side. This is M division’s variant of BMW’s two-door 3 Serieshitherto called the M3. The original M3, the E30 of 1985, was a homogenization car created to allow BMW to go Group A touring car racing. Your safety is key, and BMW includes a number of safety innovations in the 2018 M4. Available safety features include pedestrian warning, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and airbags. Also available is frontal-collision warning, a rear view camera, and anti lock brakes. Be sure to check out these safety features and more today at The Auto-master BMW. Comfort and high-performance are often on opposite ends of the automotive spectrum. A soft suspension is great at soaking up ruts in the road but not on a fun mountain road. A stiffer ride instills confidence in the curves but tends to be harsh for everyday commuting. Yet the 2019 BMW M4 finds an elusive balance between the two. There are more seemingly improbable combinations inside. The seats are excellent for holding you in place, but they won't numb your backside, even on long road trips. Cargo space is admirable, and there's plenty of room in the front of the cabin for tall drivers. What's more, the interior quality is excellent thanks to high-end materials and a logically laid-out cabin. On the performance end of the ledger, the M4 packs a turbocharged six-cylinder engine pumping out up to 444 horsepower. The M4 also tenaciously grips the tarmac and has more powerful brakes than the standard 4 Series on which it's based. We wouldn't mind a little more passion from this car, though. The engine doesn't sound all that great, and the steering lacks the road feel older BMW M division cars used to be known for.

3. Mercedes Benz

Mercedes-Benz  is a German global automobile marque and a division of Daimler AG. The brand is known for luxury vehiclesbusescoaches, and trucks. The headquarters is in StuttgartBaden-Württemberg. The name first appeared in 1926 under Daimler-Benz. In 2018, Mercedes-Benz was the biggest selling premium vehicle brand in the world, having sold 2.31 million passenger cars. Mercedes-Benz traces its origins to Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft's 1901 Mercedes and Karl Benz's 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which is widely regarded as the first gasoline-powered automobile. The slogan for the brand is "the best or nothing" It  has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 188 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque. It hitches solely to a seven-speed automatic transmission that sends power to standard front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive. The version we tested had a responsive gas pedal, and the transmission operated without issue. Paired with all-wheel drive, it went from zero to 60 mph in 6.1 seconds. Despite having large 19-inch wheels, the A-class still delivered a comfortable and controlled ride. Its steering feel was balanced, and the responses were accurate. While our test car rode on sticky Pirelli P Zero tires that provided plenty of cornering grip, they also contributed to increased cabin noise.

Price List in India
Mercedes-Benz offers 18 car models on sale for the India including 2 Hatchbacks, 6 SUVs, 3 Sedans, 3 Coupes, 1 MUV, 1 Wagons and 2 Convertibles. The cheapest Mercedes-Benz model is the B-Class which has a starting price of Rs. 28.95 Lakh and the most expensive Mercedes-Benz car is the AMG GT priced at Rs. 2.27 Cr. The Mercedes-Benz CLA (Rs 31.72 Lakh), Mercedes-Benz A-Class (Rs 29.9 Lakh), Mercedes-Benz GLA 45 AMG (Rs 77.85 Lakh) are the most popular cars from Mercedes-Benz. Upcoming Mercedes-Benz Cars that are expected to launch in 2019/2020 include B-Class 2019, GLB, GLE 2019, GLC 2019, CLA 2020, A-Class Sedan, EQC. Mercedes-Benz of Fort Washington has a huge inventory of new and pre-owned vehicles with access to hundreds more from our central inventory. Our service department is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment to ensure your vehicles health is maintained with the least interference to your day. With more than 20 trained product specialists on hand with more than 100 years of combined experience, Mercedes-Benz of Fort Washington continues a long a tradition of luxury and excellence, yet stands apart from other dealerships in and around Philadelphia, Huntingdon Valley, Conshohocken, Lafayette Hill, and Blue Bell. Millions of dollars’ worth of genuine Mercedes-Benz parts fill multiple warehouse facilities so your vehicle can be back in your hands as quickly as possible without the added cost that some shops must pay to drop ship from factory facilities.

4. Ferrari 458

The Ferrari 458 Italia (Type F142) is a mid-engine sports car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari. The 458 replaced the F430, and was first officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. It was succeeded by the 488, which was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
As with all Ferrari special series, the 458 Special boasts an array of advanced technical solutions that make it a completely unique model designed for owners looking for an even
more focused sports car offering extreme driving emotions. 
The innovations span the entire car and include both Ferrari patents and world firsts, particularly with regard to the engine, active aerodynamics and vehicle dynamics. In fact, they set the 458 Speciale apart from the 458 Italia from which it is derived, to an extent unprecedented in the previous Challenge Straddle and 430 Scuderia special series.
The Ferrari 458 is the 'starter' Ferrari – but is as fast as the outgoing 430 Scuderia. Classic Ferrari cues abound: there's a screaming, mid-engines V8, looks to die for and a scintillating drive guaranteed. Pick the Spider for open-top thrills, step up to the Special for an even more hardcore driving experience; the two together creates the Special Aperture, or SA for short. For more information on the Ferrari 458, click on our further stories on the links below.
This is one special sports car - and it's all the more impressive that it is the cheapest, lowliest Fezzer money can buy. Maranello must've upped its game to counter the threat of the McLaren V8 rival, né the P11 or 12C. The 458 is special in all departments that matter: it's a real looker, for starters, with a neat mix of beauty and brawn in its stance. Step inside and you'll find a snug two-seater in the best Ferrari tradition, with a focused cockpit that feels special yet is far from intimidating. But it's when you fire up the red starter button on the steering wheel that the real fireworks begin. That V8 hogs the attention, whether its idling, revving or screaming through the top end. It utterly dominates proceedings in a way that the turbocharged McRival can't. The steering is pin-sharp, too, the Italia shrinking around you as you punt it along your favourite back road. Believe us, junior sports cars don't get much better than this.

Major redesigns occur every five years or so; not much changes in between. Dividing them into generations provides more meaningful distinctions in the shopping process.
Ferrari brought out the 458 Italia as the successor to the F430. It is powered by a 4,499 cc V8 engine that delivers a total of 570 HP at 9,000 rpm and a peak torque of 540 Nm at 6000 rpm. The engine delivers an outstanding power output of 127 HP/liter and 120 Nm/liter. All this while delivering only 307 g/km of CO2 and a fuel consumption of just 13.3 l/100 km. The engine is mated to a F1 dual-clutch gearbox and sprints the sports car from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.4 seconds while top speed goes up to an impressive 201 mph.
Ferrari 458 information: everything you need to know if you own it, are thinking of buying one or just want to find out more about the junior V8 supercar. Click on the links below for all of CAR Magazine's news, reviews, videos, scoops and spy photos of the 458 car range. We list the top 10 stories for each model – and where appropriate you can click on 'More' to browse even more of our archive content. The 458 is powered by a 4,497 cc (4.5 L; 274.4 cu in) of the "Ferrari/Maserati" F136 V8 engine family, generating a power output of 570 PS (419 kW; 562 hp) at 9,000 rpm  and 540 Nm (398 lbft) of torque at 6,000 rpm with 80% torque available at 3,250 rpm. The engine features direct fuel injection, which is a first for Ferrari mid-engine setups in its road cars.
The Ferrari 458 Special is err, rather special. It followed a template set out by the 360 Challenge Straddle and 430 Scuderia as a hardcore iteration of Ferrari’s fabulous V8 sports car, the 458.
There was added significance because it was also the full stop that called time on Ferrari’s supremely shouty and wondrous naturally aspirated V8s.
However, if you want to make your Special even more special you can have a chat with Ferrari Special Projects. They’ll help you build the Ferrari of your dreams . And that’s exactly what one British owner has done to differentiate his hardcore 458 from all the others.
Called the 458 MM Special, it uses the same stripped-out chassis and 597bhp, 4.5-litre V8 as the Special but has had some significant visual changes.
The brief was for more aggressive, sporting lines and for the glass areas to have a ‘visor’ effect like a helmet. Basically, they painted the A-pillars black, just like the 1984 Ferrari GTO, to give it the look of one seamless piece.
Finished in Bianco Italia  with an Italian flag livery, your eyes are drawn to the new bits of bodywork made from aluminium and carbon-fiber.
There are bigger, sportier bumpers front and rear, a new air scoop on the flanks and flick of a spoiler on the deck-lid. Oh, and some new wheels.
The car's suspension has double wishbones at the front and a multi-link setup at the rear, coupled with E-Diff and F1-Trac traction control systems, designed to improve the car's cornering and longitudinal acceleration by 32% when compared with its predecessors.
The brakes include a prefill function whereby the pistons in the calipers move the pads into contact with the discs on lift off to minimize delay in the brakes being applied. This combined with the ABS and standard Carbon Ceramic brakes have caused a reduction in stopping distance from 100–0 km/h (62-0 mph) to 32.5 metres (107 ft). Tests have shown the car will stop from 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 90 feet (27 m) or in 85 feet (26 m) with run flat tires, 85 feet (26 m) from 60 mph (97 km/h) and 80 feet (24 m) from 60 mph (97 km/h) with run flat tires.
The 2015 Ferrari 458 lineup, in all of its super car splendor and race-derived mechanical majesty, is the modern iteration of those classic Ferrari models—plus a lot more.
Is the 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia the best-driving super car ever? While that may be a subject of debate within the legions of Ferrari fans and driving enthusiasts, it's definitely one of the most accessible yet capable high-performance cars to ever be produced by the Italian sports-car maker.
For sure, it's one of the sexiest, wrapping the best of Ferrari's mid-engine, poster-car heritage with just the right gloss and gleam to flaunt all the modern, F1-derived wizardry within.
There's a replacement in the works for next year, by the way—called the 488 GTB. Yet the 458 is going to be a tough act to follow.

In the meantime, with the 458 Spider (convertible), and the 458 Special also still relatively new to the lineup, there's lots of appeal in this master work.
And then there's the 2015 Ferrari 458 Special Spider—officially called the Special A. As the eagerly anticipated variant that combines the Special's higher-output V-8 (597 hp), with the Spider's surprisingly well executed retractable hardtop, it looks like one that will appeal even to those with multiple prancing horses in the garage. The Special A has a limited production run of just 499 units.
The 458 Special emphasizes the importance of performance by trimming weight and tweaking the exterior for greater aerodynamic efficiency, while tuning up the suspension, control electronics, and tire grip for even more impressive track-day ability.
The only transmission available on the 458 is a dual-clutch 7-speed Get rag gearbox, in a different state of tune shared with the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. There is no traditional manual option, making this the fourth road-car after the EnzoChallenge Stradale and 430 Scuderianot to be offered with Ferrari's classic gated manual. It is the first mainstream model to not be offered with a manual transmission.
both coupe and convertible models of the 458 share a low, aggressive front end with futuristic-looking headlights, a tall, flared rear end that gives the car a muscular stance, and clean, mid-engined proportions that distill the essence of a modern Ferrari performance car. The 458 Italia's interior is modern and luxurious in its look, but not avant garde or striking.
Sitting just behind occupants' heads, the 458's 4.5-liter V-8 engine is rated at 562 horsepower in standard form, and it'll rev all the way up to a 9,000-rpm red line. It makes 80 percent of its peak 400 lb-ft of torque from 3,250 rpm. But the numbers don't tell the full story of the Italia's V-8. It emits a soundtrack that will delight even those who typically shake their head at noisy sports cars.
The car's suspension has double wishbones at the front and a multi-link setup at the rear, coupled with E-Diff and F1-Track traction control systems, designed to improve the car's cornering and longitudinal acceleration by 32% when compared with its predecessors.
The brakes include a prefill function whereby the pistons in the calipers move the pads into contact with the discs on lift off to minimize delay in the brakes being applied. This combined with the ABS and standard Carbon Ceramic brakes have caused a reduction in stopping distance from 100–0 km/h (62-0 mph) to 32.5 metres (107 ft). Tests have shown the car will stop from 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 90 feet (27 m) or in 85 feet (26 m) with run flat tires, 85 feet (26 m) from 60 mph (97 km/h) and 80 feet (24 m) from 60 mph (97 km/h) with run flat tires.

 5. Hyundai Sonata 

The 2019 Hyundai Sonata finishes in the top half of our midsize car rankings. This is a spacious, comfortable sedan with plenty of tech features, and it makes a great family vehicle and daily driver. The Hyundai Sonata is a mid-size car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 1985. The first generation Sonata, which was introduced in 1985, was a facilitated Hyundai Stellar with an engine upgrade, and was withdrawn from the market in two years due to poor customer reactions.  While the original was only sold in South Korea, with limited exports to Canada and New Zealand, the second generation of 1988 was widely exported. The Sonata combines expressive styling with contemporary features that consumers want. Along with three different gas-powered engines, the Sonata also offers an eco-friendly hybrid and plug-in hybrid power-train for increased fuel savings. However, none of them provide noteworthy acceleration. Its comfortable ride pacifies during daily commutes, but the family sedan never really engages the driver. Besides the base model, every Sonata is available with myriad driver-assistance technologies such as automated emergency braking and lane-keeping assist. Every model features a user-friendly infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Still, the best content is reserved for the top trims, which diminishes the Sonata's value proposition. The result is a stylish and diverse lineup that simply falls short of premier competitors that have fewer compromises. An all-new Sonata with a handsome new design goes on sale for 2020.
Lows: Lackluster acceleration, forgettable driving experience, not special enough to top its rivals. Verdict: Well-built and spacious, but those who enjoy driving should look elsewhere. For the 2020 Sonata's design background presentation, Hyundai Motor Group flew me and a small group of journalists to Seoul, South Korea and put us up in the Signiel Hotel that occupies the upper floors of the fifth tallest building in the world.

Highs: Styling stands out, comfortable and quiet cabin, smooth ride. As Top 5 tall buildings go, the Signiel is an impressive testament to man's singular focus on conquering the surrounding landscape. It also looks like God's own tweezers jammed into the ground, business end up. Inside, it's cool, curved and modern, but also sterile and a bit antiseptic. Aside from the stunning views that tall windows at any great height will provide, Signiel is singularly lacking in drama. In short, it's almost nothing like the 2020 Hyundai Sonata. When specifically asked about the possibility of an all-wheel-drive Sonata during a press briefing in Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday, Jae Young Kim, the director of Hyundai's product division, said, "Yes ... we are currently reviewing the need for all-wheel drive in the US market." The first Sonata was introduced to compete with the Daewoo Royale series and was built using main components from the Stellar. It included cruise control, power seats, head lamp washers, power brakes, electric operated adjustable side mirrors and chrome bumper trims. The Sonata was available with two trim options in Korea: Luxury and Super. In the domestic market Hyundai sold the Sonata as an executive car using catchphrases like "Luxury car for VIP", however as the Sonata was based on the Stellar without any redesigning it was seen by the public as no different than a luxury version of the Stellar. In 1987 Hyundai added two tone color schemes and a trip computer option but sales soon went down and the car was discontinued in December of that year. The Sonata was sold only in a few markets, such as in Korea and for export markets such as Canada and New Zealand, as the Stellar II. The vehicle was unveiled in South Korea on 4 November 1985. It did not meet the United States emission standards and thus was not available in that market. Engine choices included 1.6-liter Mitsubishi Saturn, 1.8- and 2.0-liter Mitsubishi Siriusinline-fours. The latter unit also found its way into the 1987 and later Stellar, and in MPI form the 1986 Hyundai Grandeur. The body was a largely unchanged Hyundai Stellar. It was sold in New Zealand  with the 1.6-liter Mitsubishi engine with the five-speed manual gearbox; an automatic transmission was an optional extra. The original importer was a unit of the Auckland-based Gil trap Motor Group. There was a version of the Stellar known as the Stellar 88 launched to celebrate the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. After Stellar 88, Hyundai discontinued the Stellar series and changed it to the Sonata series.