Our top 4 suggested cars for new drivers!

Our top 4 suggested cars for new drivers!

Our top 4 suggested cars for new drivers!


Whether you’ve recently passed or are on your way there, finding the right car for you is important. Eurofit wants to help ease the struggle by giving you our top 4 suggestions!


  1. Vauxhall Corsa 

The Vauxhall Corsa sits firmly as the number one on our list, having sold over 32,000 units in 2021. Part of its success can be attributed to the fact that it is widely recognised as a very reliable vehicle, which is essential when purchasing your first car. The Vauxhall Corsa's MPG can reach up to 50mpg, which is great for long distances and helps keep costs low, which is ideal for a first-time buyer.

  1. Ford Fiesta 

The Ford Fiesta is our runner-up and a close competitor to the Vauxhall Corsa. So far in 2021, it has sold over 26k units. When it comes to getting the first car, the Ford fiesta is always mentioned, and it's easy to see why. It, like the Vauxhall Corsa, is known for its dependability. In addition, the car's comfort and appearance make it appealing to new buyers.


  1. Volkswagen Golf 

Another popular option is the Volkswagen Golf, which is popular due to its appearance, particularly among younger drivers. Another feature of the car is the technology, which makes it easier to connect your phone for maps/music, which is why it appeals to younger drivers. The Volkswagen Golf can also get over 45+ MPG making the fuel efficiency not as good as the other mentions, but definitely still manageable. 


  1. Toyota Yaris 

Although the Toyota Yaris isn't often mentioned when it comes to first cars, it's ideal for the job. In 2021, the Toyota Yaris is known for being the most reliable used in Britain. The Toyota Yaris has an exceptional MPG of over 55 MPG, making it the best fuel-efficient car on our list today. If this is your first car the Toyota Yaris has a life expectancy of up to 15 years so you can choose to have it for a long time. 

 

We hope that these suggestions have helped you to better understand what you want to do. If you need help figuring out anything else about your car, visit our website and read the other blogs; they may be of assistance to you! Just keep in mind that if you have any car problems, Eurofit Autocentres has you covered!

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