10 Most Popular Used Cars
There are millions of cars out there, so how are you supposed to find the right one for you? The truth is, it can take a lot of searching and sorting through what is available. There are compact cars and large SUVs, station wagons and hatchbacks, and the list goes on. Thankfully, there are some lists out there that help you find the used car that is right for what you need. Here are ten of the top used cars according to Kelly Blue Book, and why they are considered such good used cars – in no particular order.
2008 Nissan Maxima
When you want a used car that offers more luxury, you may want to look at the 2008 Nissan Maxima. It has far more bells and whistles than other, similar vehicles, which is sometimes just what you were hoping to find. You can get 19 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city, and 25 mpg while driving down the highway. It is a mid-sized sedan that is comfortable even for a few full-sized adults. Plus, you also get a V6 and 255 horsepower, which gives you a powerful used car to enjoy.
2007 Honda Accord
Honda is known for having reliable vehicles, and the 2007 Honda Accord is no different. When properly maintained and driven carefully, these vehicles last for several hundred-thousand miles. When it was new, you could expect it to be fun to cruise around in, have plenty of bells and whistles, and be reliable. The same can be true, even this many years later. Most Accords get you about 23 mpg in the city, and 31 mpg on the highway.
2009 Mazda 3
If what you want is a bit of style in your used car, then what you may want to look into is the 2009 Mazda 3. You get 22 city miles, and 29 highway miles out of each gallon of gas, which is great for a responsive, fun vehicle. More than 90% of owners love this vehicle, and they like how sporty the vehicle is when out and about. Plus, it comes in both the sedan and the hatchback variety.
2010 Ford Crown Victoria
For those looking for a beast of a used car, the 2010 Ford Crown Victoria is the car to consider. It has a V8 and 224 horsepower. This is a powerful used car, which is part of why police forces and taxi companies across the US used it as their turn-to vehicle for many years. You can drive this vehicle hard, and still expect it to keep going, in most cases, when it is maintained properly. You can expect to get about 16 mpg around the city, and about 24 mpg when driving down the highway.
2007 Subaru Outback
When looking for a used car that can make it through all types of weather, what you want to look at is the 2007 Subaru Outback. It has all wheel drive, but is still sporty. You can get the Outback in both a wagon and a sedan style. 20 mpg is what you can expect in the city, while 26 mpg is more of what you can expect when on the highway. This car could easily last you many years with proper maintenance and regular repairs for anything that comes up, as Subaru’s are known for lasting several hundred-thousand miles.
2009 Toyota Corolla
If the goal is reliability and sturdiness, then a 2009 Toyota Corolla is an option you strongly consider. It gives you 27 mpg when bee-bopping around the city, and an astounding 36 mpg when cruising down the highway. You can go with a smaller engine, or a larger one if you need a bit more power. These vehicles are reliable, and known to last for a very long time, so long as you take care of them.
2010 Kia Soul
This small car gives you a unique look, and lots of room. This is more of a modern hatchback, but it provides you with an estimated 26 mpg while driving in the city, and 31 mpg while driving on highways. It is versatile enough to haul a lot of stuff, or quite a few people, in its small frame. It does not provide all wheel drive or the room of an SUV or van, but it gives you plenty of space and it is a very reliable small vehicle.
2009 Honda Civic
The epitome of compact cars shows up in the 2009 Honda Civic. You can expect a car that is reliable, fun, and versatile. You can get a sedan (4-door) or coupe (2-door). However, if you go with the bigger option, you can haul more people or more stuff easily. With the Civic, you should get around 26 mpg in the city, plus about 36 mpg on the highways.
2008 Subaru Impreza
For those looking for a more powerful used car, you can get that out of the 2008 Subaru Impreza. It comes with 170 horsepower, and you can get it in the wagon and the sedan variety. It is a very reliable vehicle, and is often easy to keep running for a long time. Subaru’s are known for long-term reliability and performance, and the Impreza is no different. It is one of the few used cars that affordably provides all wheel drive, which is great for those who live in snowy or icy parts of the country. Plus, you get 20 city mpg, and 27 highway mpg, which gives you a lot of go for your gas dollars!
2007 Toyota Avalon
If you want a comfortable ride, the 2007 Toyota Avalon is a great option. It is larger than most other vehicles on this list, and gives you plenty of hauling space. This big V6 boasts 268 horsepower, while still offering 20 city mpg, and 28 highway mpg. When you want a quiet, comfortable, and reliable ride, this is a great vehicle to look up.
These are just some of the vehicles that you can choose from, but they all have reliability, comfort, and resale in mind.
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