Advertisement Sort our inventory of new-car data by category, manufacturer or honors received in Kiplinger's 2015 Best New Car Values special report. See Also: See, Sort Database of 2,000+ Cars | SPECIAL REPORT: Kiplinger’s Best New Car Values Today’s new car market is being sliced into segments to suit every taste. Even “if you’re a tree hugger who likes luxury or a good ol’ boy who doesn’t need a truck big enough to tow a boat, there’s a vehicle that fits you like a glove,” says Kiplinger’s Drive Time columnist Jessica Anderson. Find the best new cars for you by using the filters below to narrow our database of 2,000+ new cars to those that meet the criteria most important to you. Filter by category, price, fuel-efficiency, and more. And let Kiplinger’s Best New Car Values Awards help by narrowing the field to the top models in 15 categories. Start now! See Kiplinger's 2015 picks for: Find the Car You're Looking for 2077 vehiclesReset Filters Type of Vehicle Cars (all) Cars (sedans) Cars (coupes) Cars (hatchbacks) Cars (convertibles) Cars (wagons) Cars (sports cars) Crossovers (small) Crossovers (midsize & large) Minivans SUVs Pickup Trucks (midsize) Pickup Trucks (full-size) Manufacturer Acura Alfa Romeo Aston Martin Audi BMW Buick Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge FIAT Ford GMC Honda Hyundai Infiniti Jaguar Jeep Kia Land Rover Lexus Lincoln Maserati Mazda Mercedes-Benz Mini Mitsubishi Nissan Porsche Ram Scion smart Subaru Tesla Toyota Volkswagen Volvo Cost Less than $20,000 $20,000-$24,999 $25,000-$29,999 $30,000-$39,999 $40,000-$49,999 More than $50,000 MPG at least 15 MPG at least 20 MPG at least 25 MPG at least 30 MPG 50+ MPG Safety Rating IIHS Top Safety Picks IIHS Top Safety Picks+ KEY: NA = Information not available. e = Estimate. P = Premium gasoline. D = Diesel fuel. E = Electric vehicle. - = Not applicable. * = Annual fuel costs for plug-ins come from the EPA’s FuelEconomy.gov. SOURCES: Kelley Blue Book (new vehicle data, service & insurance costs); Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (Top Safety Pick) Kelley Blue Book® Fair Purchase Price: The Kelley Blue Book® Fair Purchase Price for new cars is generally the midpoint of the Fair Market Range. It is Kelley Blue Book's estimate of what a consumer could reasonably expect to pay in during the period between December 19, 2014 through January 15, 2015 for a new vehicle with standard options, excluding taxes, title and fees. It's based on actual new-car transactions, plus data from other reliable third-party sources as well as market conditions. MSRP: The MSRP, or Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, is the price set by the manufacturer and does not necessarily reflect the price actually paid by consumers in your area. The MSRP shown here includes destination and freight charges but excludes services and handling fees and state and local tax, title and license fees. Invoice Price: Dealer invoice represents the dealer’s cost for the vehicle only and doesn’t include any of the dealer’s costs for advertising, selling, preparing, displaying or financing the vehicle. ©2015 by Kelley Blue Book Co, Inc., ©2014, 12/19/14 – 1/15/15 Base Edition. All rights reserved. Kelley Blue Book assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.