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We can’t wait for these three new cars coming in 2023

Chris Teague

Chris Teague

new cars coming in 2023

The number of new cars coming to market in the next year is dizzying. From performance models like the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 to new EVs from several major automakers, 2023 is shaping up to be one of the more exciting years for new cars in a while. We’ve gathered our three favorite gas-powered new models here. We’ll cover new EVs in a future post, but for now, let’s look at a few of the more exciting new cars coming in 2023.

new cars coming in 2023

2023 Honda CR-V

Honda redesigned the CR-V for 2023 with beefier styling and better tech. The automaker says its new SUV also offers more space inside, and the available turbo powertrain got an update for the new model year. The new CR-V is almost three inches longer and features a 1.6-inch longer wheelbase than before. That increase in exterior dimensions equates to more legroom inside and a more comfortable interior overall. It will also make loading kids in and out of car seats much more accessible and should make it easier to share the space with bulky rear-facing seats.

The 2023 CR-V comes standard with a seven-inch touchscreen that runs Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The top EX-L and Sport Touring trims get an upgraded nine-inch HD display, and all models come with a digital gauge cluster. Honda equips every trim with Honda Sensing safety equipment, including a new wide-view camera system and radar, a new traffic jam assist feature, and traffic sign recognition.

new cars coming in 2023

2023 Kia Niro

The Niro is also all-new for 2023 and brings three electrified powertrains, including hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric variants. The Niro Hybrid delivers up to 53 mpg, and the Niro PHEV sees 108 MPGe with an all-electric range of 33 miles. The Niro EV delivers 253 miles on a charge. The cute crossover got a styling update that borrows elements from the Kia Telluride SUV and makes the small vehicle look stronger and more muscular. The automaker says the redesign also improved aerodynamics, as the 2023 Niro has a drag coefficient of just 0.29. Inside, Kia made improvements to the Niro’s materials and build quality, offering memory, heating, and ventilation for the front seats.

Kia’s infotainment isn’t the flashiest or most colorful, but it’s one of the easiest to use. The Niro is available with dual 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreens, but an eight-inch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard. Kia also equips every Niro with a full suite of advanced driver aids, including automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, rear cross-traffic alerts, and a safe exit alert system.

new cars coming in 2023

2023 Toyota Crown

Toyota nixed the Avalon after a long run but couldn’t completely cut large sedans from its lineup. The Avalon’s replacement showed up not long after its demise in the form of the Toyota Crown, a lifted, almost-crossover-like sedan with bold styling. Two hybrid powertrains are available, including a 2.5-liter four-cylinder paired with two electric motors. The system produces 236 horsepower, and the two motors provide standard all-wheel drive. Toyota offers a Platinum trim with a more powerful Hybrid Max powertrain producing 340 horsepower.

The Crown’s interior gets several upscale features standard. Heated, power-adjustable front seats are standard, along with dual-zone climate controls. The Limited and Platinum trims come with a panoramic sunroof, and all trims come with wireless smartphone charging. Toyota finally updated its clunky infotainment interface with a new, more intuitive system that runs on a 12.3-inch touchscreen mounted atop the Crown’s dash.

What about new EVs?

The automotive world is going electric, it’s no secret, though the complete transition will take years. The 2023 model year will bring new electric sedans, SUVs, and pickup trucks from nearly every major automaker. We’re most excited about the Chevrolet Silverado EV, the Honda Prologue, the Hyundai Ioniq 6, and the Polestar 3. Remember that some of these new cars coming in 2023 will sell as 2024 models.

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