A List of Quality Vehicles for Student Drivers

by on October 20th, 2014
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Young people stay active. During the school year, things get extremely busy with all the extracurricular activities. When a son or daughter becomes old enough to drive, parents face the question, What will they drive?” Here is a short list of some quatity vehicles that are options for the young drivers.

Mazda 3

The Mazda 3 is a smaller, efficient style of car. The Mazda 3 has been built for the young at heart with a sassy and spirited style according to www.edmunds.com. The Mazda 3, 2007 price range varies from $8,000 to $15,000 according to www.carsforsale.com. The Mazda 3 could possibly be popular for both female and male student drivers because of the combination of style and energy.

Toyota Rav 4
This is just a great all around vehicle for both city and country. The Rav 4 is a small SUV that is a secure driving vehicle. Toyota has a reputation of being a quality vehicle and Rav 4 lives up to that. This Yahoo Contributor has had a Toyota Rav 4 for seven years. It is roomy, comfortable and reliable.

Chevrolet Malibu
The Chevrolet Malibu is a solid, bigger vehicle that is an option for the beginner driver. Since it is considered a family car it could also work as a good school carpool vehicle. The Chevrolet Malibu has a V6 engine and a “112 inch wheel base” according to www.edmunds.com/ChevroletMalibu.

2011 Chevrolet Cruze

The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is a car that can satisfy the desires of both a son or daughter. It is a good looking car that has an attractive interior, is comfortable, and has a powerful engine according to www.edmunds.com. The cost of 2011 Chevrolet Cruze is $16,525 according to www. edmunds.com.

Buying the right vehicle for a child is a tough decision. So many things have to be taken into consideration before buying. The internet article Consumer Reports Names Best Cars For Teen Drivers/www.newcarbuying.com is a good resource. Communication in this decision is very important. Knowing the vehicle and its background is also very important. There are many magazines and websites that can be helpful. Talking to other parents may also be a valuable resource. Finding the right vehicle is difficult, but giving the child the ability to drive their own vehicle teaches responsiblity and respect. It can be a very rewarding experience. What will your child drive?


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