Top 5 most suitable cars for children

02/20/2018

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The demand for family cars is growing, and more than ever there is a need to find a suitable car for children's safety. Naijauto.com suggests five safest cars for your children.

1. Nissan Murano

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Nissan Murano is considered a very safe car

The first car in our list is the Murano from Japanese manufacturer Nissan. You can tell right away how big the cabin is from just looking at the outside of this SUV. It’s really, really spacious, which can be very convenient for families with small kids. Here are some details that you may want to look at:

  • Price: under $ 31,000
  • Number of child seats: 2
  • Number of regular seats: 5
  • Fuel consumption: 8.4L / 100km

Two children can sit comfortably in this car together with your whole family. As a family car, the Murano’s safety systems are also highly advanced, with an additional 360-degree camera to help you avoid every obstructed obstacle.

2. Honda CR-V

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Honda CR-V with more safety improvements

Another family SUV from Japan is the Honda CR-V. The newest model of this line really stands out for its exceptional safety features. Details for you to consider:

  • Price: less than $ 25,000
  • Number of child seats: 2
  • Number of regular seats: 5
  • Fuel consumption: 6.9L / 100km

The 2017 Honda CR-V standard version has been upgraded with a sensible collision warning system, compared to its predecessor models. Feedbacks and reviews from CR-V owners show that this SUV, especially with its CR-V Touring options that offer automatic smart braking feature, is very efficient in avoiding collisions and narrowing blind spots.

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3. Chevrolet Traverse

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Chevrolet Traverse is quite expensive but very safe

If you are looking for a large car that fits your whole family and with a lot of kids in its cab, the Chevy Traverse is the right choice. Some details are as follows:

  • Price: under $ 32,000
  • Number of child seats: 5
  • Number of seats: 8
  • Fuel consumption: 9,8L / 100km

2018 Chevrolet Traverse - Review and Road Test

This is a model suitable for large families with many child seats. Of course, its prices are quite expensive but the size alone worths it. The LTZ optional upgrade costs another $ 10,000 over the standard model, but advanced safety features such as the blind spot warning system, frontal warning system, crossing-vehicle warning system, and a supportive back camera providing wider vision definitely worth the extra payment .

4. Mazda 3

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The Mazda 3 is fuel efficient and very safe

Next on the list has to be the Mazda 3 - a fuel-efficient sedan with as effective safety features as those of big family SUVs.

  • Price: under 18,000USD
  • Number of total seats: 5
  • Fuel consumption: 5.7L / 100km

Mazda 3 is the best choice for families looking for the safest sedans. It fully integrates above-standard safety features such as front/rear plus side airbags, full-set supportive sensors, front brake safety system, and electronic stability control system. Most excitingly, its fuel efficiency is remarkable, consuming only 5.7L/100km.

5. Honda Fit

Honda Fit angular front

Honda Fit is safe for families with small kids

Another economy sedan that provides the best safety features with a fair price is the Honda Fit.

  • Selling price: less than USD 17,000
  • Number of child seats: 2
  • Number of seats: 5
  • Fuel consumption: 5.7L / 100km

The 1.5L engine makes this model one of the most fuel economy cars in the market. In addition, the car is equipped with standard safety features such as backup camera, side airbags, car flip detection, ABS and stability control system. It's an ideal vehicle for families with young children.

Hope this article will get you more experience when choosing cars for your family.

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