Dental cars are a must have item for every dentist in the world, so we’ve compiled a list of our top 5 dental car options to fit your budget.1.
Honda Civic-style car, £9,495 (including fuel)This is the Honda Civic with all the bells and whistles.
It has a top-of-the-line powertrain, a great cabin, and a premium price tag.
It also comes with a number of other great features, like a retractable mirror that lets you look out the front and a retracting roof to keep you cooler while you’re out and about.
You’ll also get a free air conditioning system and a heated leather seat.
It’s the only Honda Civic we’d recommend if you need to get around town on the go.2.
Hyundai Genesis-style, £7,995 (including gas)This car is all about speed and speediness, with the Genesis as the star of the show.
Its all-wheel drive means you can go from zero to 60mph in just 4.7 seconds, and it’s got a 3,400-mile range, which makes it a great all-rounder.
We’ve been loving the Genesis since we first drove it in the summer of 2016, and we’d love to see it in our car park.3. Audi A4, £8,995 ($12,900 with fuel)The Audi A-4 is an excellent budget-friendly choice for any driver who wants to take their car on long road trips.
It comes standard with a 4.0L turbocharged engine, which delivers plenty of power, but it also comes loaded with all-important safety features, including automatic lane keeping and rear parking assistance.
Its got the look of a supercar, but we’re not sure how well that translates on the road.4.
Honda Fit, £6,995, including fuel (including rear-view camera)The Fit is a great choice for the budget-conscious.
It boasts a range of six-wheel-drive options, including a six-speed manual gearbox, plus an automatic, which gives it the perfect mix of handling, handling stability, and fuel efficiency.
It’ll do a bit of everything, including cruising on gravel, mountain roads, and other challenging terrain, and the all-weather tyres mean it’ll be great on snow or ice.5.
Mazda MX-5 Miata, £5,995This Mazda MX is a bit too good to be true, so let’s see how well it stacks up.
This one’s a bit more expensive than the Mazda MX5 Mi, but that’s because it has a rear-drive layout, and that’s not a bad thing in our book.
It does come with a six speed manual transmission, and its powertrain is a 6.0-litre V8 engine that’s capable of 540bhp.
It can accelerate from 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds and can go up to 130km/h in 7.4 seconds.
This will give it a lot of potential in the mid-market segment, and you can get it for under £3,000.6.
Mitsubishi Eclipse-style SUV, £3.5 million ($4,700 with fuel):This Mitsubishishi Eclipse is the ultimate family car.
It will be able to go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8s, and with a 5,500-mile EPA-rated range.
Its also got plenty of technology including a fully automatic gearbox with paddle shifters and a rearview camera.
This is a real bargain for the money.7. Audi Q7, £4,995 with gas:This Audi Q-7 is the best value car on this list.
The Q-8 is the most expensive, but the Q-5 is more affordable.
The A8 has the best cabin, but Audi’s latest flagship has a more stylish look and the best exterior.8.
Nissan Leaf, £2,695 (including petrol)The Leaf has the lowest price of the group, at £2.9 million ($3.3 million) – which makes its perfect choice for those who want to make the most of their savings.
It is powered by a 3.5-litres V6 engine and has an EPA-estimated range of over 200 miles.9.
Toyota Camry, £1,995One of the more underrated luxury cars on this market, the Toyota Camrys are great cars that come with plenty of extras, including heated seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
They come standard with Toyota’s latest engine, and there are a range with the Toyota GLEP.10.
Ford Focus RS, £850 ($1,050 with petrol)You’ll get a nice mix of driving style and handling on this car, with a sporty