Top 10 BEST CARS You Can Buy Under 5k

Top 10 BEST CARS You Can Buy Under 5k

Top 10 BEST CARS You Can Buy With $5000 What’s going on, guys! So these are 10 cars that I would buy with
5000$. These cars are available worldwide on the
used cars markets,so it doesn’t matter from which country you are. Make sure to stay till the end because because
the last one is the best! 10. 1998 Mercedes-Benz ML320 It’s a long way down the trail since ’95 when
Mercedes-Benz committed $1.1 billion to build the M-Class, which rocked the traditional
SUV segment. The unusual ‘ute concept: Fuse off-road and
big-load capability with the refinement and security of a Mercedes passenger car. As conceived, the ML320 really does offer
class-leading attributes using technologies like anti-lock four-wheel-discs, four-wheel-independent
suspension, five-speed automatic transmission, front- and side-impact airbags, all-wheel
drive, and SOHC 3.2-liter aluminum V-6 Engine. 9. 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT For years, Mitsubishi was Canada’s invisible
car company, its components, sometimes its entire vehicles, hiding under the nameplates
of other manufacturers. And while the Japanese automaker formally
arrived here in 2002, an unremarkable model lineup and problems in its home market have
kept it from gaining much profile. But if the 2006 Eclipse doesn’t get Mitsubishi
noticed, nothing can. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a sport compact
car that was produced by Mitsubishi in four generations between 1989 and 2011. At the end of August 2011, the final Eclipse
rolled off the assembly line, and was auctioned off, the proceeds donated to charity. Engine: 3.8L V6
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic POWER: 263 hp 8. 2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK320 The Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class is a former series
of mid-size or entry-level luxury coupés and convertibles produced by Mercedes-Benz
between 1997 and 2010. Although its design and styling was derived
from the E-Class, the mechanical underpinnings were based on the smaller C-Class, and was
positioned between the Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class and CL-Class. In 2010, Mercedes moved the CLK-Class designation
back to the E-Class, as it had been called previously. Engine: 3.2L V6
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic POWER: 215 hp 7. 2003 BMW 530 i The BMW E39 is the fourth generation of BMW
5 Series, which was sold from 1995 to 2003. It was launched in the sedan body style, with
the wagon/estate body style (marketed as “Touring”) introduced in 1996. The E39 was replaced by the E60 5 Series in
2003, however E39 Touring models remained in production until December 2003. Engine: 2.5-liter
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual POWER: 225-horsepower 6. 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS Hyundai is on a roll. Its vehicles are proving to have the reliability
and quality people expect from Japanese cars. The Hyundai Santa Fe is all-new for 2007 and
early indications are that it could be a true alternative to the Toyota Highlander. The Santa Fe is a so-called crossover SUV,
meaning it’s built like a car, using unibody construction instead of the body-on-frame
construction of a traditional truck. It’s a practical vehicle for everyday use. Completely redesigned, the new 2007 Hyundai
Santa Fe is attractive. It blends into the suburbs nicely, shedding
the quirky looks of last year’s model. Engine: V6, 2.7 Liter
Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic POWER: 185-horsepower 5. 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited The 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee lineup features
two new models, the luxurious Overland and the high-performance SRT8. The Grand Cherokee was completely redesigned
for 2005, and is bigger, more modern, and more powerful than previous versions of this
iconic, midsize SUV. The edgy, angular body is devoid of cladding
and is proportioned differently from earlier Jeeps. It looks new and contemporary, but people
instantly recognize it as a Grand Cherokee. Interior materials are dramatically improved
over the previous generation’s, which left much to be desired. The atmosphere inside the latest Grand Cherokee
is light, comfortable, and more enveloping than the previous model. Engine: 3.7L V-6
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic POWER: 210-horsepower 4. 2008 Volkswagen Jetta SEL It’s easy to understand the appeal of the
Volkswagen Jetta. Designed and engineered in Germany, the Jetta
offers some of the same strengths and design values as much more expensive European luxury
sedans yet its base price falls into what we used to call economy car territory. The Jetta was redesigned and re-engineered
from the ground up midway through the 2005 model year, and it still seems fresh. This one is larger than previous-generation
models, and Volkswagen’s attention to detail, particularly inside, is convincing. The driver enjoys excellent visibility and
ease of operation, with logical controls and instruments, and even the base model offers
a full array of safety features. Finish quality is good, inside and out. We find the styling more pleasant than exciting. Engine: 2.5L
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic POWER: 170-horsepower 3. 2006 BMW X3 3.0i In its first year, the X3 sold almost as well
as the larger X5, doubling BMW’s impact on the SUV market, and there’s little sign of
the trend toward smaller, more fuel-efficient SUVs cooling off any time soon. The 2006 BMW X3 is available only with the
3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. The X3’s drivetrain is equipped with BMW’s
xDrive all-wheel-drive system, Dynamic Stability Control and Hill Descent Control, all designed
to give it tenacious grip and secure control in less than favorable conditions. The X3 is quick and fast, considering its
heft. The xDrive puts it at the head of the class
when weather or road goes north. It’s roomy, both for passengers and cargo. And just as important, it’s replete with safety
features, both active and passive. Engine: 3.0L
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual POWER: 225-horsepower 2. 2012 Chevrolet Cruze LT The Chevrolet Cruze is an excellent choice
among compact sedans. It’s the best small car GM has offered in
North America in decades. More important, it’s among the best cars in
its class. Cruze is conservatively styled, to be sure,
but in our opinion it’s a well designed, handsome car. Its interior is one of the roomiest in its
class, with acceptable space for four adults, and it’s also one of the nicest. By the quality of materials, fit or function,
it surpasses nearly all its competitors. Its trunk is also one of the largest in a
compact sedan. Engine: 1.8L
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual POWER: 138-horsepower 1. 2006 BMW 325 Is there a driver anywhere who doesn’t recognize
the BMW 3 Series? The 2006 3 Series may require a double-take,
at least until we get used to it, because BMW has launched the first all-new 3 Series
models in six years. The 2006 BMW 325i and 330i sedans comprise
the fifth-generation of a car that created a concept, or at least cemented that concept
indelibly in the buying public’s awareness For 40 years the 3 Series had delivered a
special mix of sporting performance, practicality and European luxury in a compact package. It’s the car that defines ‘sport sedan,’ and
the benchmark every luxury car maker from Acura to Volvo aims at when it develops a
sport sedan or a smaller luxury sedan. Above all, the 3 Series is a driver’s car:
accelerating, turning and stopping with remarkable agility and balance, without seriously compromising
comfort or common sense. Engine: 3.0L
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual POWER: 215-horsepower

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