2020 Model Year Information

Is your fleet program in need of new & redesigned 2020 model year vehicles?

All the current conversations in the automotive sector are regarding the latest announcements of vehicle releases for the upcoming year.  The manufacturers are always looking at the advantages of redesigning the exterior body styling and interior ergonomics; enhancing the engine performance output as well as maintain an important focus on improving fuel economy; and adding new models into a vehicle segment that values competition.

As a Fleet Management provider, we feel it is our responsibility to share these latest additions and redesigns, so that as a partner of yours, we can collaborate on what is the best vehicle for your fleet.

Here are a some of the models that the automobile industry is looking forward to:

BMW rolls out a redesigned 7 Series Sedan, and the all new 2 Series 4dr Sedan

Cadillac will release the all new XT6 SUV, which positions the new SUV in between the current 5 passenger XT5 SUV and the all new redesigned Full-Size Luxury Escalade SUV.

Chevrolet is making a competitive move with the all new Chevrolet Blazer SUV.

Chevrolet and GMC make a bold move into the Heavy-Duty truck market with their 2500HD and 3500HD trucks.

Ford is putting significant emphasis on Sport Utility Vehicles, with a totally redesigned Ford Escape; Ford Explorer and the reemergence of the Ford Bronco

Genesis [Hyundai’s luxury brand] makes a statemen with their new G90 and G70 models

Hyundai has confirmed it will release three new models – the full-size Palisade SUV, the Venue SUV and the uniquely designed Santa Cruz mid-size pick-up truck.  Hyundai will also redesign the popular Sonata Sedan

Jeep will release two new models; the Gladiator pick up truck based on the Wrangler platform, and the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer 7 passenger SUV.  The Grand Cherokee will also receive its next generation redesign and refresh in 2020.

Kia adds two new SUV’s; the Mohave and the Telluride into the 5 and 7 passenger SUV market

Lincoln, who already released the luxurious Navigator in 2019, will roll out two new models the Corsair which will replace the current MKC; and the Aviator which will share a platform from the all new Explorer.

Mercedes Benz is always refreshing, redesigning and optimizing its premium brand, and this year they showcase a new CLA250 and continue to promote their A Class with a price point in the mid $30’s.

Nissan is focused in on technological advancements in its small sedan, small SUV and CUV offerings…as well as rolling out a redesigned Sentra Sedan and a totally new Nissan Leaf all electric vehicle ready to tackle Tesla’s Model 3 market share.

Subaru will redesign its most popular Outback cross-over model

Toyota is offering its once very popular Supra 2dr sedan into that market segment and redesigning and refreshing their industry leading Highlander SUV and their mid-size Corolla sedan.  Last year in 2019, Toyota hit a home run with their all new redesigned RAV4 SUV

Volvo will release a new V60 Cross Country into the cross over market segment, and will also begin production on a new Polestar models into the premium market segments

Range Rover/ Land Rover will release a redesigned Evoque SUV and enter the sedan market with their first ever Road Rover

VW is redesigning their widely popular Golf sedan and their Passat Sedan

If you have questions or requests regarding these new vehicles and how to acquire them into your fleet, or if you would like more information on how Union Leasing can help your fleet management needs, feel free to contact us in any way that suits you!

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