5 best cars for new drivers

03/29/2018

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New to driving? Check out our list of 5 compact, easy-to-drive cars for your great fresh-driver experience.

Buying the first car for yourself is such a painstaking job as there are myriad models to choose from and you have to seriously take time to sort out which is the best for you according to various categories from price to appearance.

Below we have listed the top 5 of the best cars for amateur drivers.

Ford Fiesta

Being a familiar name in the top ten best-selling car list in the UK, Ford Fiesta deserves the fondness of new drivers.

It boasts some attractive derivatives including low power and low insurance grouping. Its fuel economy is excellent, capable of surviving 66 miles with a gallon.

The model is pretty light, small, and easy to drive.

The Fiesta features the MyKey system that parents can use to set limits to speed or sound volume. Besides, there is also an optional automatic brake and 7 huge airbags for extra safety. 

Ford Fiesta

Ford Fiesta is a familiar name in the top ten best-selling car list in the UK

Vauxhall Corsa

This one is the favorite choice of both first-time car buyers and driving instructors.

Similar to the Fiesta, it’s light and small, which provides fun driving experience. Thanks to the compact form and all-round visibility, it won’t make your parking difficult.

There are low insurance grouping, ongoing economy, and combined drivability with the 89 bhp choice.

Vauxhall Corsa

Thanks to the compact form and all-round visibility, it won’t make your parking difficult

Volkswagen Polo

Being the crossbreed of the Golf and the up!, Volkswagen Polo has tons to draw new drivers’ attention.

Speaking of which derivative to opt for, consider what you are going to use it for. If it’s for your long drive to work, 1.4 TDI Diesel will serve well because it can run 80 miles consuming only 1 gallon. If you are dying for a Polo with no pressure of money, then you should pick the 1.0 S Third Petrol which runs around 60 miles/gallon.

The Polo is small and swift. Additionally, the driving is easy and so is the parking.

Volkswagen Polo

The Polo looks small and swift with easy driving and parking

 

Mini One

The things that make the Mini One one of the best cars for amateur drivers is the affordable pricing, economical running costs, and low insurance grouping. All those above contribute to the efficiency of the modal; therefore, it runs out 1 gallon for a 60.1-mile driving.

With all those above, it will definitely offer you chances of fun driving. Beside, given such a compact figure, it won't trouble you in fitting itself in the cramped parking lot.

Mini One

With all those above, it will definitely offer you chances of fun driving

Hyundai i10

Without an appealing appearance like others on the list but what’s to be loved in the i10 is what’s lurking inside.

The best option is probably the 1-litre gas derivative which produces 65bhp. I10 also measures humble dimensions, so it’s easy to park and can wriggle its way in hectic cities with ease.

The mechanical refinement and fuel economy in the car are the other points bringing you smiles of satisfaction.

Huyndai i10

The best option is probably the 1-litre gas derivative which produces 65bhp

>>> Also check out: 10 tips for first-time car buyers

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