Young drivers advised on first car loan spendYoung drivers who may recently have acquired car finance have been advised that a compact hatchback from Honda could be a solid purchase.
Young drivers who may recently have acquired car finance have been advised that a compact hatchback from Honda could be a solid purchase.In an article for Cars.com, resident expert Joe Bruzek advises one teenage driver that a V6 Honda Accord from in or around 2002 could offer a sporty yet reliable solution for those looking to hand over their car loan for their first vehicle.Mr Bruzek notes that although it is not necessarily the fastest car on the market, the Accord can look the part, be a dependable runabout and be picked up at a good price."There's no such thing as a typical Accord driver - it's everyone's car," he adds. "The sixth generation, built from 1998 through 2002, delivered excellent reliability and respectable crash-test ratings."Cars.com recently recommended the 2002 Accord in a study to find the best used cars on the market for under $10,000 (£5,000).© Adfero Ltd
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