June 21st – the first official day of the summer. You know what this means…road trip season. Taking a long road trip is one of the more enjoyable experiences on four wheels, when you have the right car and group of friends. We can’t pick your friends, but we can help you pick your car.
Here are some of the most comfortable and practical vehicles that you might want to take on your next road trip:
“With fuel economy ratings of 27 mpg city and 33 mpg highway, the Crosstrek is an apt choice for couples or small families looking to log some serious highway miles.”
“Honda’s smallest crossover boasts 6.7 inches of ride height and an ingenious “Magic Seat” interior layout, which allows passengers to configure the cabin in five different modes — normal, split, tall, utility, and lounge. That means the car can easily ferry anything, whether it be luggage, bikes, tall plants, or even surfboards.”
“What goes better with a great American road trip than a classic American car? Nothing, that’s what. The Ford Mustang GT is a legend through and through, and the sixth-generation model is the most refined version yet. Ford recently updated the model with more tech features, too, including an available digital instrument cluster that will let you keep an eye on key road trip metrics such as speed, distance to empty, and the tunes blasting through the speakers.”
“Not only is the XC90’s interior one of the best we’ve ever seen in an SUV, its smart technology and excellent efficiency make it a no-brainer if you prefer your road trips with a group.”
“The most fuel-efficient caron the road without a plug, the Eco model returns up to 58 mpg on the freeway and flaunts a total range of more than 600 miles.”
“It’s also fast, agile, and surprisingly refined, as the suspension can be tuned depending on what surface you’re rocketing over. People buy these because they’re beautiful, stirring, and create a new experience every time you press the start button.”