The Swiss new car market was at the end of August with 3.4 percent below the sales figures for the same period last year. Accordingly, the industry puts great hopes in the last three months of Sales, to win this year, perhaps even the mark of 300’000 new inlösungen. The following models could help – they are starting in October, new or revised from the dealer.

Redesigned: the Audi Q7

Audi XL SUV, the Q7 rolls out with new Front end, fresh rear lights and mild hybridization to the Start: The Diesel with 231, 286, or 435 HP and three-liter gasoline engine with 340 HP recuperation via 48-Volt on-Board network and to consume, depending on the Version up to seven deciliter less. The prices start at 79’450 Swiss francs, however, thanks to lush options list, there is so much more to spend.

New: BMW 8er Gran coupe

After the coupe and Cabriolet will extended BMW 8-series is now the new flagship of the Gran coupe with four doors. To 5.08 metres in length, it offers space for five passengers and 440 litres of Luggage, but the tight rear seat, but should be avoided, rather. To Start, there is petrol with 340 or 530 HP and a diesel version with 320 HP. A M8 variant with 625 HP but is expected to also to. Prices start at 121’400 Swiss francs.

Revised: SsangYong Tivoli

SsangYongs City-SUV Tivoli with optional all-wheel drive comes in a refreshed Version. From now on, the gasoline engine can keep up, thanks to turbocharging and 163 HP, with the 136-horsepower Turbodiesel. Also new is the Front with Full-LED lights are headlamps, and the back. The prices start at 19’990 CHF. Also SsangYongs Korando (price revision: not yet).

New: Mitsubishi L200

The Pick-up L200 is Mitsubishi’s global model for success and drives with a new look office LED headlights, and more comfortably interior and new assistance systems, in the sixth Generation. The jacking also a new 2.3-Liter takes Turbodiesel with 150 HP and an optional six-speed automatic transmission, prices start at 28’950 Swiss francs for the Version Club Cab (optionally there is a double cabin) with a manual gearbox.

Revised: VW Passat Variant

changes Visually to the new LED daytime running lights little: The revised VW Passat, the progress is under the sheet metal: new Infotainment, assistance for piloted Driving and in 15 levels of variable damper. The engine line-up ranges from 120 to 272 HP. The prices start for the Variant (station wagon) at 38’700 Swiss francs and for the all-terrain wagon Alltrack (image) from 51’99 francs.