What are the 5 Best Cars for Teens?

What are the 5 Best Cars for Teens?

What Are the 5 Best Cars for Teens?

One of the scariest things for parents is when their kids start driving. It’s great that they have some freedom and all, but you worry if they’re going to be responsible and safe behind the wheel. And what if the car breaks down – will your teen know what to do? These are just a few of the reasons you’ll want to find one of the best cars for teens.
What are the 5 best cars for teens, and what features make them so great? Check out these five models and choose one for your teen driver.

Chevrolet Malibu

The Chevy Malibu in recent years has a fantastic fuel-efficient powertrain and has comfortable seating for up to five people. That means you can ride shotgun in comfort. What sets the Chevy lineup apart, though, is the Teen Driver feature. This feature is included and allows you to view their driving activity, set volume limits and speed alerts, and gives you a performance report card.

Ford Escape

A little higher than a passenger car, the Ford Escape is still extremely easy to drive and has better visibility. Small-displacement engine options are good on gas. The kicker for the Ford Escape is available Intelligent 4WD, providing extra traction in less-than-ideal road conditions.

Honda Accord

Throughout its generations, the Honda Accord has been a popular car for teen drivers and college students. It’s large enough to be comfortable and safe yet has some of the ‘cool’ features teens want. That’s especially so for the coupe model.

Toyota Corolla iM

The fun-loving hatchback in the Corolla lineup, the Corolla iM can add pizzazz without breaking the bank. It’s well-equipped but not over the top with features, has Toyota Safety Sense as standard equipment, and is extremely reliable.

Honda Fit

Gas money goes further with the Honda Fit. Plus, the Fit is a hot hatch so your teen won’t be cringing in fear of being recognized behind the steering wheel. Being a Honda, you can count on great resale value when it’s time to upgrade to something more family-oriented, but it’s comfortable enough that there’s no rush to do so.

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