Best Used Cars for New Drivers

Best Used Cars for New DriversSafety, convenience, and durability. Those are important attributes in any used vehicle. For a driver who’s new to navigating the road, these are imperative assets.

To help the new driver in your family drive safely around Worcester, Auburn, or Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, let’s look at some of the best used cars for new drivers. Keep on reading this guide put together by the team at Harr Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) and get ready to start shopping!

Stay Connected on the Go: Chrysler 300

Used Chrysler 300

Keeping you connected, the Chrysler 300 may offer a new driver its state-of-the-art Uconnect® 4C system complete with Bluetooth® Streaming Audio. Certain models also come equipped with integrated Voice Command, aiding with safe, handsfree driving.

To help new drivers find their way around, some models carry the optional Uconnect® 4C NAV for Navigation, traffic reports, and more, making it one of the best-connected used cars for new drivers.

You may also find remote control access to allow new drivers easy Roadside Assistance and SOS calls on their compatible smartphones. See what a 1-year subscription to SiriusXM Guardian™ can offer your new driver.

Top-of-the-Line Performance in One of the Best Used Cars for New Drivers: Dodge Durango

The Dodge Durango can offer new drivers a powerful performance experience. Along with the impressive engine options, this model can keep the driver balanced on its 52/48 weight distribution found on certain models. The drive axle’s incredible balance improves traction and downhill speed for a controlled drive.

It may come equipped with a top-of-the-line transmission, adjusting automatically among eight different speeds, which is always convenient for someone new to the road. Some Durango models come with an Electronic T-Shifter and/or the easy-to-use paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel. Both work to switch gears, making this a great starter performance car.

Keep Calm and Drive on Any Terrain: Jeep Grand Cherokee

The sturdy design of the Jeep Grand Cherokee makes it one of the best used cars for a new driver.

Used Jeep Grand CherokeeTo start, with the driving assists of certain models, it will be reliable for daily commutes. It may offer your driver an all-wheel drivetrain for more control over the vehicle, and you might even have a Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System with different drive modes, such as Snow and Mud/Sand, so a beginning driver can be safer come rain or shine, winter or summer.

You may also find plenty of advanced features designed to help the driver stay alert and safe in the Grand Cherokee. If equipped with Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection, a camera will keep an eye on areas out of sight so they’re not out of mind, which is especially helpful in pedestrian areas.

This Jeep also might be able to help you back into parking spots, a task that can be difficult for even seasoned drivers. This process is made simple when equipped with the ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera.

Start Out With a Sturdy Truck: Ram 1500

Want to start out your new driver with a truck? This is a solid choice given a truck’s high and sturdy build. The Ram 1500 is durable enough to steel the conditions. Literally, since certain models have a body that is 98% steel, making it an even more dependable vehicle.

If you wonder if a new driver will be able to do much with a truck bed, know that it may come with the multifunction tailgate. These swinging doors open in a 60/40 split, making the truck bed accessible and convenient for someone new to loading and unloading.

Come and Visit With Your New Driver

Ready to let the new driver in your family loose around Worcester, Auburn, or Shrewsbury, MA? If so, it helps to know they’ll be in safe hands with one of the many dependable used models offered by Harr CDJR. Come check out our inventory today!


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