Choosing the Best Cars for Families
There are many factors to consider when choosing a new car. Safety, fuel efficiency, price, and reliability are all important. Choosing the best car can be a lengthy process. To make the process shorter, iSeeCars has introduced a new car ranking system that breaks down vehicles into different types. The site uses data from 24 million cars to help make its recommendations. Here are some of the top choices. Listed below are some of the most popular models in each category.
Ford Fusion: The best car for families with young children is the Ford Fusion. It has a compact back seat and is incredibly affordable. You won’t get lost in the crowd if you ride in this car. It also has a strong performance and is fun to drive. This car has something for everyone. It’s also a good safety pick, and the price makes it a great choice. The only downside is the small back seat, but the car is fun to drive and will get you from point A to point B in no time.
Another car to consider is the Ford Bronco. Despite its price, it’s a formidable contender. The Bronco is a great family car, but its small back seat can be unappealing if you have a large family. However, there’s no question that the Jeep Wrangler is the best off-roader, and it’s a good option if you don’t mind spending a bit extra to get the best of both worlds.
Nissan GT-R: Although a little outdated, the GT-R is still a great value in the luxury sport sedan market. Its sharp looks, luxurious cabin, sporty driving dynamics, and power rival any big-name competitor. While Honda won’t allow manual transmissions on Accords, this mid-size sedan offers luxury car performance and refinement at a fair price. The Honda Accord has made the 10Best list 36 times, and we’re not just talking about the Accord.
Subaru Impreza: With all-wheel drive and standard safety features, the Impreza is a great choice for families. It’s a five-seater vehicle with a base price of $24,190. The top-end trim has a 2.0L H4 engine and All Wheel Drive. It’s fuel efficiency is low, at 28 MPG city and 35 highway. It has a low crash safety rating, though.
Honda Fit: Among the best subcompact cars, the Honda is a good choice for a small family. It’s tough and durable, and can pile up miles with little maintenance. In 2016, U.S. News and World Report named the Fit the “Best Subcompact Car for the Money.” The Honda Fit has standard air conditioning, power door locks, and a stereo with auxiliary input jack. Overall, it’s a very reliable car with a low cost of ownership.
Mercedes E-Class: The E-Class is the flagship of Mercedes’ lineup for decades. From entry-level luxury sedans to 600-horsepower wagons, the Mercedes E-Class is an excellent choice. SUVs are also the de facto choice for luxury buyers. However, there are other vehicles that can compete with these vehicles. They’re compact, stylish, and powerful. The E-Class is one of the most powerful and popular of all.