Money is always an important factor when it comes to deciding on the type of car to buy. Often, it is difficult to make the right decision, especially if you are a first time driver. One great option to look at is used cars, which usually have a fraction cost of the brand new-versions. When you are new to driving, it makes more sense to start off with cheap, easy-to-manoeuvre hatchback that is easy to park. Here is a list of cars you can buy if you are a first time driver.
Ford Fiesta is the go-to car for any first-time drivers looking for something with style, versatility and reliability in a compact package. It is absolutely fantastic to drive, although a bit expensive than some rivals, it is a great deal, more practical and spacious.
Hyundai i10 Hatchback
Who would not love a feature-laden, fuel efficient, functional hatchback that looks super lively on the road? The Hyundai i10 Hatchback leaves enough room for your legs, does not break your bank and is fun to drive. It is more practical with sharp styling and quality engine that combines decent and efficient performance.
With a satisfying combination of efficiency, functionality and performance, Mazda Mazda3 is an attractive choice for any young compact-car buyer. If you are a new driver with many places to go and people to see, this compact style and zoom is quite irresistible.
Honda Civic comes with absolutely enough trim levels that satisfy almost every young driver in the world. Shoppers are attracted to Honda Civic because of efficiency, which is blended with a history of quality. It is one of the top used car contenders in 2016.
Volkswagen Polo Hatchback
Volkswagen Polo Hatchback justifies the additional outlay with state-of-the-art interior and decent standard equipment. It is designed with more comfort in mind and comes with a badge of the manufacturer on the front. It has an efficient petrol engine, which suits any first time driver’s budget.
The Subaru Impreza is a standard all-wheel drive car, suitable for youngsters and first drivers driving indecisively. With a standard backup camera and a massive improvement in noise filtration and the extra EyeSight system, this car can sway any parent to give the keys to the son or daughter.
If you need some spaces as a first-time driver, then the Hyundai i20 is the best alternative to choose. It has a better balance between running costs, efficiency and performance. It has light steering that is quite fun in the corner and makes tight parking sport a lot easier.
Vauxhall Corsa has been around for many years and remains one of the best selling cars in the UK. You can see them everywhere in the city, and not surprising why. The company did some great work on the latest Corsa, but even older models look pretty attractive.
If safety is your major concern, then the Skoda Citigo is the right model to go for. It is one of the few cars that have five-star rating for its crash-safety, despite the smaller size. Citigo is must drive if need fun. It is available with either five or three doors with small boots, though, same size as many rivals.
The Toyota Celica is a supper compact sports car, which is faster, fun to drive, reliable, affordable and offers a surprising level of utility. Its spirited performance doesn’t go away with high fuel economy ratings. Its styling was inspired by race cars and features an action package with pretty aero components.