Lifestyle 7 Best First Cars to Buy By Dora M Posted on October 10, 2017 6 min read Comments Off on 7 Best First Cars to Buy 0 270 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Pixabay/Public Domain If you have just gotten your driver’s license, or if you haven’t been in a good financial situation before, buying your first car should be a very smart decision. Never bring this decision before you consult with someone who knows a lot of the issue or before reading this list. You should not forget that owning a car brings a lot of obligations, as you must think about so many things. First of all, you need to think about the best auto insurance, as this is the most important for drivers. You may also take into consideration some used cars, as you don’t have to rely only on brand new products. However, this list will focus on new cars, but taking into consideration both options; those a little bit pricey and cheaper as well. The most important for young drivers when it comes to cars is to be well-equipped, reliable, and safe, as anything else may be compensated. We took that into consideration while making this list. Let’s see what are the best first cars to buy. Kia Soul If you have around $16,100 to spend on your first car, this should definitely be your decision. The safety score of Kia Soul has been estimated to be 9.7/10, which is a great deal! It also looks very nice and has an incredibly big cargo space. Mazda Miata This is a little bit more expensive, as it costs around $24,915, but it is definitely worth the price, taking into consideration that the safety score is also very big. It comes with the manual transmission, but once you master it, you will have skills to drive well no matter the vehicle. Pixabay/Public Domain Mazda3 Mazda again, but this time a little bit cheaper, as the price is $17,845, with a safety score of 9.7/10. Many professionals agree that driving Mazda3 provides the similar experience as driving BMW 3 Series, as it is very dynamic. Toyota Corolla Similar in price with the previous cars from the list, Toyota Corolla can be bought for $18,500 and its safety score is 9.3/10. The maintenance and repairs for this care are very affordable, and it has been marked as one of the most reliable cars on the market. Pixabay/Public Domain Honda Civic If you have $18,740, Honda Civic can be yours, and if you take into consideration that its safety score is 10/10, you should definitely not think much. This car can serve you long years and can be equally good for both beginners and experienced drivers. Chevrolet Malibu Chevrolet Malibu costs around $21,680 and its safety score is 9.7/10. The best thing about this car is that it is very convenient for teen drivers, as it has Chevrolet’s Teen Driver system. It is also the winner of the 2017 Best Midsize Car for Families award, once again showing how safe and reliable it is. Pixabay/Public Domain Toyota Prius Put $23,475 on the table, and Toyota Prius, with the safety score of 9.3/10 can be yours. This car is also considered to be a green car, as it is the winner of 2017 Best Hybrid Car for the Money award. It has collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and pedestrian detection, and is definitely perfect for beginners. Don’t think much and pick one car from the list. Whichever you choose, we assure you, you will not make a mistake!