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How To Choose the Best Car For Your Needs

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Choosing a car isn’t easy. It’s an investment, but not everyone is good with numbers, figures, or data. When trying to find the right car, it can be very intimidating to look at a bunch of meaningless figures, especially if you aren’t quite sure where to begin.

What are your priorities? Whether you’re hoping to go green or save some green, we’ve got you covered and can make the search a little easier with this list of the top cars to choose based on your specific wants and needs. And if you’re in the market, you should definitely check out some cars with our friends at TrueCar and take advantage of exclusive Aceable discounts!


I'm on a budget These budget cars are great first cars!

Because who can pass up a good deal? These three newbies offer more bang for your buck.

  1. 2018 Chevrolet Cruze. MSRP $18,987

This car gets 27 MPG in the city and can come in a sedan or hatchback model.

  1. 2018 Toyota Yaris. MSRP $17,411

This reliable vehicle from Toyota earned high marks for its reliability and its 30 MPG in the city.

  1. 2017 Ford Fiesta. MSRP $15,095

A Ford standard, the Fiesta is a fuel-efficient alternative for SUV lovers and gets 27 MPG in the city.


All about style All about style

If you prefer style over substance, these three vehicles will help you make your mark on the road.

  1. BMW 2-Series. MSRP $33,845

BMWs are basically the definition of style, with a signature look all their own. The 2-series has the classic short-deck, long-nose design that screams BMW.

  1. Ford Mustang. MSRP $24, 795

Not only is the Mustang made in the USA, it’s also gotten a modern upgrade, Pimp My Ride style.

  1. Mercedes-Benz CLA-class. MSRP $32,975

Its interior is just as glam as its exterior, which includes the iconic grill and the Mercedes logo.


Safety Is sexy You can be safe and stylish!

Safety first. These three guarantee that you arrive at home safe and sound.

  1. 2017 Toyota Rav4. MSRP $24,410

Toyota’s SUV has scored an average 9.3 for safety from critics.

  1. 2017 Toyota Prius. MSRP $23,475

Small but mighty, the Prius is not only green, it’s strong.

  1. 2017 Chevrolet Volt. MSRP $33,220

This car boasts a 13-hour battery charge time and a 53-mile battery range with 420 total.

Environmentally friendly

Earth You gotta protect the Earth!

As time goes on, more and more cars have become sustainable and green. Join the movement.

  1. 2017 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. MSRP $27,875

The Malibu gets nearly 50 miles MPG in the city and 43 highway MPG.

  1. 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid. MSRP $25,785

The Fusion combines a 14 gallon fuel tank with 43 city MPG.

  1. 2017 Toyota Prius. MSRP $23,475

Duh! Toyota changed the game with the release of the Prius, which keeps getting better with time.

Gas mileage

Like A Hybrid Hybrid cars get great gas mileage!

Travel farther and smarter with the help of these three cars.

  1. 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid. MSRP $29,605

Proving that hybrids CAN go fast, the Honda Accord gets 212 horsepower and 49 city MPG.

  1. 2017 Toyota Prius. MSRP $23,475

Third time’s the charm. The Toyota Prius has the potential for a whopping 58 city MPG.

  1. 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric. MSRP $29,500

If you’re willing to go the extra mile (literally), this smart car can help.


Bond Car

And if you’re in this for the long haul, these will certainly not disappoint even the biggest of car commitment-phobes.

  1. 2017 Toyota Camry. MSRP $23,070

These are durable, compact, and come with tons of individually customizable options.

  1. 2017 Ford F-150. MSRP $27,110

Truck lovers will be obsessed with this tow-friendly choice.

  1. 2017 Honda CR-V. MSRP $24,045

The Honda SUV will last long beyond the payments.

Krista Doyle