Cars are considered one of the most important possessions an individual can have, regardless of age. It is also a status symbol, not just of wealth, but also freedom because you can practically go places with it. Millennials, those born in the late 80’s and 90’s are known to be very discriminating with their tastes and choices, and cars are no exception. This article will list five cars ideal for millennials.
The Corolla has been around for several generations. The latest models would surely suit millennial tastes. The latest models have a very attractive design, creature comforts and features such as touch screen infotainment systems, cruise control (for latest models) and automated emergency braking. Best of all the least expensive compared to other brands. The beauty of a Toyota is they are easier to maintain or service. Parts are widely sold in auto shops and mechanics are almost everywhere and are up to date with the inner workings of the car. Best of all, the parts and services are more affordable.
Here is another tried and tested model from Honda. Like Toyota, its latest models also appeal to millennials – attractive design, turbo-charged engine (between 1.5 to 2.0 liters) and smooth transmission. It has numerous features that will ensure safety, comfort and fun. In addition, it also boasts of fuel-efficient engines as well to ensure you can go the extra mile.
This other model from Honda is famous for its versatility. It has similar features of the Civic and City but its main selling points is its compact appearance, ideal for driving around city streets though it can also hold its own on long road trips. In relation to that, it is also fuel-efficient. It has a sporty look that will appeal to millennials who want something trendy to match their tastes. Despite the compact look, it is still roomy inside and very comfortable. It has features such as a 7-inch head unit with Bluetooth capability, cruise control and speed-sensing door locks.
This car is the less expensive cousin of the Ford Focus and having similar features of the latter. Not wanting to be outdone by Japanese brands, Ford does not hold back when it comes to features in keeping with the times such as touch-screen infotainment. Its sleek design is certain to grab the attention of millennials as well, making it worth considering. It has a 1.6 liter engine that gives 27-37 miles per gallon. It is also comfortable to drive with crisp steering.
This compact car will appeal to urbane folks who need a car to navigate the city streets that can be narrow at some places. It is sleeker than its older relatives that were bulky and square. Being compact means it is also easy to park as well. Its engine is also fuel efficient (1.4 liter EcoTec) and has the requisite features that make driving it comfortable and safe. The car is responsive and agile especially when getting out of tight spots. It is a hatchback design that allows more space when parking yet sufficiently roomy.