Do you have a young driver getting ready to buy their first car? When you’re a parent, your list of priorities for your teen’s first vehicle probably focuses on top-notch safety and affordability. When it comes to Ford’s lineup, you have access to dependable, safe, affordable cars that don’t compromise style or the latest tech, giving you and your young driver the best of both worlds.
If affordability is the top concern on your list, the 2019 FordFiesta has you covered with a base price tag of $14,260. A fuel economy of up to 35 MPG on the highway* keeps your gas budget down, and the Ford Fiesta comes with a number of styling options that are sure to delight any first-time car buyer. With the choice of 10 exterior colors, seven interior colors, as well as hatchback and sedan models, the Fiesta offers a wealth of customization options so drivers can show off their style.
Midsize sedans like the FordFusion are great picks for new drivers because of their blend of performance, style, comfort, and safety. The Fusion offers the advanced Ford Co-Pilot360™ safety technology such as Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, Auto High-Beams, and Active Park Assist. There’s even an available pothole mitigation system.
Want a crossover rather than a car? The 2019 EcoSport delivers fuel economy and all the versatility and convenience of a compact CUV. It’s the most affordable member of Ford’s SUV/crossover lineup and delivers features like the Ford MyKey® technology, which helps parents monitor young drivers and encourage more responsible driving habits.
Many people don’t think to make a pickup truck their first vehicle, but the Ranger’s mid-size build makes it more beginner-friendly than full-size trucks, without sacrificing the capability a truck can offer. The Ranger is all-new for 2019, featuring good fuel economy and the full suite of Ford Co-Pilot360 ™ technology. A Lane-Keeping System, Pre-Collision Assist, and a blind spot monitor with trailer coverage are just a few systems the Ranger offers.
Come to Tropical Ford, and we’ll help you find the right vehicle for your new driver.
*EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.