A Look At The Best Makes Of Car For A Road Trip

Posted on May 29 2017 - 8:43pm by Editorial Staff

Usually, road trips are fun and memorable experiences. However, we can all admit to some slight annoyances that come with being out on the open road, such as gas money. But what if these issues and inconveniences could be fixed? All you have to do is take a more reliable vehicle with you – a car with good gas mileage, spacious interior, reliable mechanics and luxury features. These cars do not have to be bought brand new, in fact, you can buy used cars in Raleigh, for example, which get the job done in comfort and style.

Here are four of the best vehicles for you to consider before your next road trips.

Toyota Prius

A Prius can make a big difference in gas expenditure compared to an old Civic. Therefore, if spending money on gas seems problematic, then consider investing in a hybrid and eco-friendly vehicle to get you from A to B and the rest of the alphabet. This perfect if you’re worried about the environment but still wish to tour a country by car.

Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey has been a popular family minivan for years – it’s spacious, great on gas, and it doesn’t make you look like a hippy. Honda has a reputation for building strong, reliable vehicles that regularly goes past 200,000 miles. Also great for backpackers considering the spaciousness the Odyssey provides.

Dodge RAM 1500 EcoDiesel

With a 9,050-lb towing capacity and 420 ft-lb of torque, the RAM 1500 EcoDiesel brings the best of both worlds – power and fuel efficiency. It gets 28 MPG on the highway and to make things even better, it can run on EcoDiesel. It also seats up to six passengers spaciously while still leaving room in the rear for a massive pickup bed and tow package. By incorporating a bed into the vehicle, then you can save money of accommodation, making it ideal for travelers wishing to save some money.

Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf has been a favorite road trip car for a very long time. It’s not the largest vehicle in the world, but it’s great for gas and handles very well. Therefore, if it is just you or one other person touring a country, state or city, a Golf is all you need. Sometimes, large cars are unnecessary.

Making it Work with What You Have

If you can’t currently afford any of the above vehicles and you aren’t able to rent one, there’s no need to cancel the road trip for that reason alone. A good way to give your vehicle more interior space is to install a roof rack and pack all of your belongings in a carry-along tote. They make plenty of on-the-roof storage packages just for this purpose, and with one of those, you should have the full cabin space of your vehicle for relaxation and even a bed, meaning you can save money on hotels and hostels.

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