Can You Guess How Expensive These 2020 Model Year Vehicles Are?

Plenty of all-new vehicles hit the market in the 2020 model year, like the Hyundai Venue, and others have been completely redesigned. Can you guess how much these vehicles cost? Test your knowledge with our 2020 model year MSRP quiz.

The Nissan Versa was the cheapest new car in the U.S. for many years, but its 2020 iteration is still a great value with a starting price of:

The 2020 Nissan Versa gained an all-new look and a brand-new price that forced it to give up its lowest-price crown. Despite its low price, the Versa still offers a standard 7-inch touchscreen, push button start, and more. The only glaring omission is its lack of standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The 2020 Land Cruiser is the most expensive Toyota you can buy at:

The Toyota Land Cruiser isn't only the most expensive Toyota, it's the longest-running model. It debuted way back in 1955 when the Toyota Jeep BJ was renamed the Land Cruiser.

When it debuted, the Chevy Bolt EV was the most affordable electric vehicle with a 200-plus-mile range. The 2020 Bolt EV remains a great value with a starting price of:

Despite its relatively low base price, the 2020 Chevy Bolt EV gained new battery technology that pushed its driving range up 21 miles to 259 miles.

The 2020 Toyota C-HR boasts a sporty look that stands out in the subcompact crossover class. It also has a relatively low starting price of:

The C-HR not only offers a great starting price, it has loads of value with standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, automatic emergency braking, and much more.

Many years ago, the C-Class was Mercedes-Benz’s entry-level car. Today, that spot belongs to the A-Class, and the 2020 Mercedes C-Class now has a more middle-of-the-road base price of:

Recently, luxury automakers have strived to draw in younger buyers with lower-cost entry-level vehicles. This was once the C-Class for Mercedes, but it later became CLA-Class, and it's now the A-Class.

The Ford Explorer has been through many changes throughout its long life, and the 2020 iteration saw huge updates. This all-new SUV’s MSRP starts from:

The 2020 Ford Explorer got a huge update, as it moved back to a rear-wheel-drive platform and gained a 400-horsepower ST model with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine. Also new is the Limited Hybrid model.

The 2020 model year ushered in the return of an import-performance legend, the Toyota GR Supra. Its MSRP starts from:

The 2020 Toyota GR Supra boasts a legend’s name and a BMW heart, as it shares its 335-horsepower, 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine and much of its structure with the BMW Z4.

In 2020, Hyundai launched an all-new subcompact crossover dubbed the Venue. The 2020 Hyundai Venue starts from:

The 2020 Hyundai Venue offers a tiny, city-friendly footprint and great fuel economy at up to 32 miles per gallon combined. It also has standard automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and more.

The Eclipse nameplate returned in 2018 as the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross crossover. In 2020, this compact crossover starts from:

Like its sports-car predecessor in earlier generations, the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross boasts a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. But this is no performance rig with just 152 horsepower.

The Honda CR-V was one of the models that launched the compact crossover segment back in 1997. The 2020 CR-V is a huge upgrade from those earlier years, and its pricing starts from:

In 2020, the Honda CR-V dropped the last tie to its previous generation, as Honda eliminated its base 2.4-liter engine, making the 190-horsepower, 1.5-liter turbocharged engine standard.

Can You Guess How Expensive These 2020 Model Year Vehicles Are?


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