The 5 Best Cars for Snow Drivers

Choosing the best cars to start driving is not easy. Because we have proposed to select five and there are many more interesting options in the market, but we believe that these are interesting for what we understand that a car for new drivers should have.

First of all, you must be safe and have a dynamic set-up so that the rookie gets hooked to the pleasure of driving, which will soon help you feel more confident and less nervous every time you take a wheel.

Although it is not the main thing to learn to drive, the design is also important, since I would dare to say that 90% of drivers like to drive an attractive car. Therefore, we have tried to make them cars pintones.

Finally, we have considered the price. Although some would never recommend buying a new car to learn to drive, this is a very personal decision ... Also, it will depend on the budget that each one has, so here we have been somewhat more flexible with our candidates, although all are inside of limits that we consider acceptable for most pockets.

Seat Ibiza

The Seat Ibiza is one of the best cars to start driving, without a doubt. This utility has an image that falls in love, state-of-the-art technology on board and a multitude of extras; The good thing is that a good part of the safety and driver assistance systems are standard… With the 1.5 TSI 115 hp engine, associated with the six-speed manual transmission, the dynamism is outstanding and all for a price that starts at 17,550 euros.

Dacia Sandero Stepway

For those novice drivers who do not want to complicate their lives too much, the Dacia Sandero can be an excellent option. It is a car ’sincere’ - as one of our editorial partners says - but not worse. It starts at 6,990 Euros, although in that case we talk about the most basic and stripped. A Dacia Sandero Stepway with a 90 hp engine can be yours from 11,095 Euros and is equipped with automatic air conditioning, rear parking aid, electric mirrors, and Navigation pack with Smartphone Replication, help to start on a slope, longitudinal roof bars, ISOFIX anchors, emergency braking assistance, fog lights ... and a very interesting robust 'SUV' image.

Suzuki Ignis

Another of the best cars to learn to drive is the Suzuki Ignis. Its ion micro SUV ’physiognomy makes it a very attractive option, with a high driving position and compact dimensions with which to find parking - and park it - will not be so complicated. It is offered with a 1.2-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, which offers 90 hp and 120 Nm, but has a version with all-wheel drive and certain off-road skills to escape off the asphalt. That is, a great proposal for the more adventurous that in the AllGrip version starts at 14,570 Euros.

Opel Astra

Recently I had the opportunity to test the new Opel Astra 2019 and I think it has many arguments to become a good car for new drivers. Its image is not too novel, but its new grill reminds of the Insignia and brings elegance to its front, it is still spacious and comfortable and allows you to choose between diesel and gasoline engines, all of them oriented to efficiency, so it is not difficult find the Opel Astra that best suits the demands of each one; especially considering that it is also available as a Sport Tourer. Its price starts at 21,800 Euros.

Audi A1

The Audi A1 is for the most gourmets, without a doubt, because it is not a cheap option. But for those looking to debut in the premium segment - why not? - And a pedigree design, it can be the ideal car to start driving. Its price starts at 21,940 Euros and standard, it comes very well equipped: 2-zone automatic comfort climate control, rain and light sensor, six airbag system, involuntary lane departure warning, Audi pre sense and LED headlights. Although with extras the barrier of 30,000 Euros is quickly overcome, the most basic version and its equipment is enough to start driving in style.