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6 Fair Cars For Your (Still Kinda) New Year

Why a Change of Wheels Could Get You Down the Road in 2020

BY Katie KennedyFebruary 3, 2020

Let’s be honest: The start of a new year is horribly overrated. I mean, what does the new year really give us besides, you know… January?

The start of a new decade, however, is a calendar change that warrants our attention – and some potential life changes. No, I’m not talking about green-drink lunches and 6 a.m. workouts. I’m talking about upgrading that other thing that represents a legit chapter in your life: your set of wheels.

And if the thought of getting your next car sounds like too daunting a task to take on this early in the new year, that’s probably because you haven’t tried Fair, which lets you get a car right on your phone and drive it for as long as you choose. No haggling, no DMV, no physical paperwork. Just get approved on the app, pick the car you want, sign for it with your finger, and start driving. Most cars can even be delivered for free.

So if you’re into starting the 2020s with a whole new vehicular vibe, here are some solid options for the new you. Who is pretty much like the old you, just with a seriously better ride.

As a mild disclaimer, not all versions of the vehicles pictured or described may be available in the app, and not all applicants will be approved for Fair.

Chevy Camaro

Chevy Camaro This sportster is an unmistakably cool classic that Americans of all stripes can agree on.

Not only does the Camaro have a long and storied past, but the iconic model was even named Motor Trend’s Car of the Year in 2016 – not bad for a car that’s been around for more than 50 years.

Even in the standard model, there are 275 horses under this car’s hood, which looks just as good in solid color as it did when your cousin’s friend stuck a custom skull decal on his. It’s got the muscle for your 2020 morning commute, plus your neighbors will love it (note: your neighbors may not love it). Reviewers have hailed this high-powered honey’s performance, calling it “blistering” and “dynamic.”

Ready to write your own great American tale? We’ve got your Camaro revved up and ready to go right here on Fair!

Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta Is saving money one of your new year’s resolutions?

If so, this subcompact gives you the ultimate bang for your buck. Tiny yet mighty, reviewers call it “one of the top choices in the class for driving enjoyment, with agile handling and user-friendly technology” and gush over the way it’s got “thrills and a sense of style that few in this segment can match.”

Translation: It’s a whole lot of fun without a whole lot of price tag.

So, don’t wait! Brush off that New Year’s fiesta glitter and get your very own one here.

Kia Optima

Kia Optima Gliding into the 2020s means we are officially in a future beyond where even the best sci-fi movies of our childhood dared to tread. Back to the Future went as far as 2015, while Blade Runner had to come out with a whole sequel when we blew past the 2019 of flying cars and replicants it predicted.

So what better way to foray into this great unknown than in a Kia, a car brand that wasn’t even operating in the U.S. when those movies were made!

Make no mistake, the Kia Optima isn’t your mama’s sedan (nothing against your mom; I’m sure she’s lovely). With memorable good looks inside and out, critics have raved about its “sharp exterior styling” and cabin that “looks and feels great.”

Not only that, but it scores high marks for its incredibly intuitive tech with a user-friendly infotainment system.

Seriously, if you’re into good looks and brains, we suggest you find yours today in our handy online marketplace.

BMW 4 Series

BMW 4-Series Who said the beginning of the year has to be dedicated to a Spartan-like cycle of self-sacrifice? Spare us your resolution-based denial of pleasures, and instead spoil yourself rotten in a truly sick BMW 4 Series, which lives up to every inch of the brand’s “Ultimate Driving Machine” slogan.

Reviewers have called the 4 series “blessed with a stellar driving experience” and simply “the best at balancing frills and thrills.” Yep, these Bimmers (not Beemers, people; those are motorcycles) were built to blaze the German Autobahn, with powerful 4- and 6-cylinder engines (with 248 or 320 horses under the hood), making for totally exhilarating, heart-pumping rides.

Ready to start your year off cruising in some serious style? Get on the road to luxury here.

Hyundai Santa Fe

Hyundai Santa Fe For a lot of people, finding new adventures tops their new year’s resolution list. Is it on yours? Well, for intrepid explorers looking for a car that’s easy on your wallet, there’s the Hyundai Santa Fe, which can get you where you need to go at the same time it’s actually named for a place to go.

This affordable SUV is a media darling that seems to have achieved a true trifecta: “a class-leading safety rating, but also powerful and handles well.”

And to keep the good news coming, it netted a whopping 4.5 out of five reliability score from J.D. Power.

So, go ahead and find your own road less traveled in the new year, right in the Fair marketplace.

Jeep Cherokee

Jeep Cherokee If you’ve resolved to live life to the absolute fullest in 2020, Jeep is your hard-driving huckleberry.

But don’t take our word for it. Consumer Reports notes the “brand embodies the essence of rugged, go-anywhere vehicles” – and nowhere is this more evident than in one of its most heralded models, the world-renowned Cherokee.

The Jeep Cherokee is basically the mail carrier of dirt-thirsty road machines, as neither snow nor rain nor gloom of night will keep it from its appointed rounds of making you the coolest person in whatever traffic you find yourself in. Its best in-class available 4x4 and all-weather capabilities can basically take you anywhere you want to go – and make you look great doing it.

So, crush those boundaries and get your very own Jeep here!

Nice whip. No loan.

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