The Skoda Citigo was the Auto Express City Car of the Year in 2016 and, along with its near-identical Volkswagen up! and SEAT Mii cousins, it’s a fine first car choice. Key to the appeal is a low price, plus all cars sit in insurance group one or two.
On a more practical note, the VW Polo is bigger than before, offering greater leg room in the back (although not as much as the Suzuki Baleno also on this list), making it a match for the likes of the SEAT Ibiza and Fiesta. Top 10 best first cars for new drivers 2018. 1. Skoda Citigo/VW up!/SEAT Mii; 2. Ford Fiesta; 3. Volkswagen Polo; 4. SEAT Ibiza; 5.
What are the best and cheapest first cars for new drivers? Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on Google Plus Every driver remembers the first car they owned, and choosing the right car and insurance group as a new driver is a big decision. Read on and learn about the best first cars for new drivers in 2018, whether you’re in the market for a brand new model or are on a second-hand budget.
Each manufacturer has taken their car’s styling in a different direction but the Aygo is the most flamboyant and offers you the most opportunities for personalisation. Only one engine – a nippy and frugal 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol – is available.
Offered with only one engine and in one trim level, the original Twingo revolutionised the city car class. Unsurprisingly, it was a hard act to follow, with the 2007 second-generation Twingo never hitting the sales heights of its predecessor. This forced Renault to design a better-packaged, more original replacement.
Adam Opel AG has the function to be the main supplier (tier 1) for the OEM; all subsidiary companies with all controlled plants work as tier 2 suppliers. Opel Group and Adam Opel as well are both first-tier subsidiaries of General Motors Holdings LLC. and second-tier subsidiaries of General Motors Corporation (GMC).