Different cars offer different things to drivers. It’s important to learn everything you can about the cars available to you before you buy one. This is even more of a concern if you’re a new driver who has never bought a car before.
So, once you’ve passed your driving and theory test, what car should you buy? There’s a lot to choose from, but here are the very best.
You can’t go too far wrong with Volkswagen. The Volkswagen logo is like an assurance of quality and security for drivers. You don’t want your new car to be breaking down all the time, so you need something you can rely on. And you can certainly rely on the Volkswagen Polo.
It’s not just about reliability though, the Polo is an incredibly comfortable ride, and I mean that in two ways. Firstly, the car drives quietly and smoothly on the road. And secondly, the interiors are luxurious and comfortable, making you feel more like you’re driving a top end car.
The Dacia Sandero is one of the cheapest cars in the world right now, so it’s no surprise that it is one of the most popular cars for young people and new drivers. If all you want is a car that will get you to where you want to be, the Sandero could be for you. But don’t expect any frills.
It’s quite clearly a car that has been made very cheaply; that’s how they can be sold so cheaply. There’re no electric windows or central locking, and it’s not the most attractive car on the market. But none of that matters if all you want is a car that runs and won’t cost you the Earth!
Getting around the city is a big concern for a lot of young people. The Renault Twingo is the perfect city car for those new drivers looking for a cheap alternative to the more expensive city cars. It doesn’t cost much to buy a Twingo (although they are more costly than the Sandero), and the running costs are low too.
The car places the engine in the back making it much easier to manoeuvre and drive around tight corners. It looks pretty good too; there are no major faults in the design of the car. The space is good, so you’ll have no problem fitting people in the back seats.
For those of you who place safety before all else when choosing a car, the Skoda Citigo is definitely the car for you. The car is about as safe as a small car can possibly be. It has a 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP, and you can’t do any better than that!
That’s not all the Citigo has to offer though; it’s also incredibly fun to drive and pretty stylish too. The design is kept simple, which is always a good thing with small cars. And the drive is smooth and receptive.
These are the best cars for new drivers. Hopefully, you’ll now know which car you want to buy once you have your driving license!