Best Cars for New Teen Drivers

August 5th, 2011
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Teen driver in Red Honda Accord

The day has come, the kids are all grown up and now it’s time to hang up your chauffeur hat. A feeling of joy and fear overwhelm you as your teenager takes you aisle to aisle of every dealership in town, trying desperately to convince you to purchase that sporty, flashy, tin can size car or maybe even that gas guzzling, air jet of a truck.

Luckily, if you’re the one shelling out for your child’s first car you have a lot of say in the matter. When choosing a new car for your teenager you want to make sure it is equipped with all the right elements to help you save money and keep your teen driver as safe as possible, such as:

  • Gas Intake
  • Airbag Safety
  • Anti Lock Brakes
  • Electronic Stability
  • Size

Here are a few Midsized, moderately priced cars to consider when shopping around for a new car for your child from the top safety pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. * Prices were quoted at www.edmunds.com

  • Audi A3 – $27,597
  • Chevrolet Malibu – $22,156
  • Dodge Avenger – $19,627
  • Ford Fusion – $20,645
  • Hyundai Sonata – $19,924
  • Kia Optima – $19,549
  • Subaru Legacy – $19,800
  • Subaru Outback – $22,754
  • Volkswagen Jetta Sedan – $15,799
  • Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen – $20,354
  • Volvo C30 – $23,667

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