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The best used cars for teen drivers

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Getting a driver’s license is a significant accomplishment for most teenagers. Other teenage rites of passage cannot compare to the sense of pride, freedom, and exhilaration that comes with owning a car.

Having a teen driver, on the other hand, is not nearly as exciting for parents. Parents must deal with the added financial load of purchasing and insuring a vehicle in addition to the stress of having an adolescent on the road.

The Best Cars for Teenagers

1.     Honda Civic – 2012- 2016

For years, the Honda Civic has been one of the most popular little vehicles in America, thanks to a winning combination of affordability, amenities, safety, reliability, and resale value. It’s no surprise, then, that it’s one of the most popular vehicles among teens. You don’t need a jackpot from to afford this car.

2.     Nissan Altima – 2014

Every Nissan Altima model that has come since 2014 has earned a massive reputation with a five star safety rating. Bluetooth connectivity and Intelligent Key remote engine start are standard equipment on all models, and versions from 2016 and later include a rear-view camera.

On the freeway, the four-cylinder engine with continuously variable gearbox can get EPA-estimated fuel economy of 38 MPG, with the 2016 model reaching 39 MPG. Expect to discover 2014 vehicles in this price bracket with 60,000 to 80,000 kilometres — plenty of life to get this great automobile for kids far into their college years.

3.     Volkswagen Jetta 2016-2017

The Jetta is Volkswagen’s smallest sedan, making it an excellent choice for teenagers who are scared by larger automobiles. Vehicle-to-vehicle front accident prevention is an optional safety feature on both the 2016 and 2017 models, which were IIHS Top Safety Picks. Finding a used Jetta with front crash avoidance could help teen drivers who are still learning to drive. The 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Jettas achieve between 27 and 33 combined city/highway MPG, depending on the trim package, so parents won’t have to give their teenagers anything in the way of petrol money. The 2016 Jetta hybrid variant achieves a fantastic combined city/highway MPG of 44. The majority of used Jettas sell for less than $10,000 (less than some jackpots at real money casinos in South Africa), yet the more amenities the car has, the more it costs.

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