Price Vs. Power Scatter Chart
We’ve just introduced some interactive charts to help you buy the car that you want. If fast cars suit you, browse to our car ratings tab to view our ratings for all cars. The Price vs. Power interactive chart will help you select a car that’s in your price range, that also has enough power to suit your needs.
The higher up the dot, the more power that the vehicle has – the further right it is, the more it costs.
There are some clear winners that we can see here, the locally produced HSV and FVP models provide plenty of power compared to the other vehicles in their price range.
You can see that most vehicles have between 100 and 150 kW of power, which covers most standard hatchbacks and sedans. You can also see the luxury vehicles sitting towards the bottom right of the chart, as the cost of the car will tend to improve the quality of the car and interior.
The screenshot on the right was obtained from the BMW 3 Series page, under the “Ratings” tab.
Porsche Cayman Performance Details
Looking for detailed information on a specific model?
Browse through to any car’s page to find details and specifications. You’ll find detailed information to help you choose the next car you want to buy.
Take a browse through the details on your favourite cars – Use the search bar to select a specific car, or browse our list of manufacturers from the Makes dropdown.
A few favourites to visit:
– Kia Optima
– Porsche Cayman
– BMW M235i
– Nissan GT-R
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Find detailed specifications, pricing and performance ratings on the car that you want, with a breakdown of the options and variants that can be selected for that model. For example, there are various models that can be selected under a 3 Series BMW – these variants can be selected by clicking on the text in the banner:
Screenshot from the BMW 3 Series Model Page
Our detailed model pages will show updated prices, performance, and other specifications, based on the options that you have chosen in the banner. For example, the range of prices for the 3 Series will adjust when the number of cylinders has been set to 6.
Another good example is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class page, here you can select many options and variants, to find the best variant car that you want.
2014 Suzuki Model List
Search our range of 2014 cars by manufacturer and find each manufacturer’s model list, with details and specifications of each model’s price, body type and engine type.
Check out the range of models from favourite manufacturers, including popular brands such as Audi, BMW, Honda, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Porsche, and Toyota.
You’ll find the models are sorted by body type, as well as price – making it easy to see the whole range, and the prices on each model. Ever seen a car and wondered what model it was? or how much it is? Find out more from our model lists.
A full list of manufacturers of Australian 2014 vehicles can be found in the “MAKES” dropdown menu, or on our manufacturer list page.
List of the Top 20 Most Expensive Cars
Our top 20 lists have been released, and our 2014 Top 20 lists include the most expensive cars, cheapest cars, most powerful cars, and fastest cars
(Based on the vehicles sold in Australia in 2014).
Find out how exclusive our most expensive vehicles are, by browsing the interactive most expensive vehicles chart – topped by the Lamborghini Aventador, and closely followed by the Bentley Mulsanne and Rolls-Royce Wraith.
Some of our favourites also star on the top 20 most Expensive List, such as Porsche 911 and BMW M6.
You can also find out how well priced some of our new cars are. All 20 of our cheapest models are priced under $20,000, with almost half of these models under $15,000!
The title of the most well priced vehicle is given to the Suzuki Alto at $11,790, and is closely followed by the Holden Barina Spark ($12,490), Mitsubishi Mirage ($12,990), Nissan Micra ($13,490), and the Volkswagen up! and Chery J3 (both $13,990)
Check out our Top 20 Lists page to find out more.
Map of Car Manufacturers by Country
Discover where your favourite manufacturer’s vehicles are made, and explore our full list of Car Makes by Country.
Carstats.com.au has just been launched, and we’d like to start things off by introducing our 2014 New Car Manufacturer’s List. Here you’ll find an interactive map that highlights what countries our vehicles are built in.
The United Kingdom and Japan manufacture the widest rage of Makes (10 each), and it is interesting to see that Thailand is next with 8 Makes of cars that are built there!
You will also be able to find a breakdown of models that are made in each country, as well as a full list of countries and manufacturers.
Test your Car Knowledge:
Can you list the 5 Makes of cars that are made in Australia?
Can you list any of the 8 Makes of cars that are made in Thailand?
2 car manufacturer’s build some of their models in South Africa – Can you name them?
Check out the Car Makes by Country page to find out more.