Chevy Volt sales figures this year are higher than roughly half of the 260 or so car models sold in the US.
While students don’t necessarily have a car on their back-to-school shopping list, when they do, it’s safe to say that they’re “budget constrained” – and that their parents will want safety and dependability. So that gem with the loud exhaust and fast-and-furious spoiler strapped to the trunk is probably a no-go. Instead, think affordable style. Here are nine great used cars that just might occupy the crossroads where young drivers, their parents, and their budget can meet:
Cadillac ATS could take over from BMW 3-Series as the luxury segment's benchmark four-door.
BMW On Demand, available since 2010 in Germany, is coming as a pilot program in New York City. No word yet on pricing.