Safety is your number one priority for your children, and when the time comes for them to learn how to drive, you want to find them a car that will keep them safe and won’t break the bank. Here are a few cars the experts recommend to smooth the transition.
Honda Civic (2010)
This is a go-to car for many young drivers. It is equipped with top of the line navigation, Bluetooth, and a USB port. The car will also give you about 36 miles per gallon. Rather than opting for the new version, the 2010 model will save you a third of the cost.
Kia Soul (2010)
Younger drivers love the way the Kia Soul looks, and it also has a cool name. But honestly, more important than that, the Kia Soul has easy-to-maneuver functionality. What parents particularly love about it is the ample space of the interior. It can easily handle whatever needs to be packed away. However, one thing it doesn’t pack is too much power. No drag races in this car!
Lincoln MKZ (2010)
If you have a larger budget, the Lincoln MKZ is full of high class amenities your teen driver could use. Those amenities include heated mirrors, a heated and cooled 10-way adjustable driver's seat, Bluetooth, a USB port, 911 assist, turn-by-turn navigation, real-time traffic information, 10 gigabytes of music storage, a blind-spot warning system and a rearview camera. Your teen driver will be sure to travel in style and safety.
Scion xB (2010)
This car was actually made with younger drivers in mind. Its broad windows allow for clear visibility while turning. The space inside makes it very roomy and comfortable, and there is an iPod portal. All in all, this model allows for teenager friendly and safe driving.
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