Today, 10,000 drivers turn 65 every single day. This is why the number of elderly drivers, defined as those folks over the age of 60, is expected to increase 77 percent by 2045. As we all knows that 90 percent of drivers over the age of 65 suffer health-related issues that can negatively affect their driving skills. Only 10 percent of older drivers own a vehicle that can help make them safer drivers through increased comfort levels and helpful safety technologies.
Let’s discuss, about most reliable used cars for them.
Buick is selling far more Encores than it expected to. Perhaps the aging driver populace data discussed above helps to shed some light on this small crossover SUV’s popularity. Affordable but with upscale looks and features, the Encore is easy to get into and out of, and it offers both good gas mileage and decent cargo space.
General Motors introduced the new Chevy Trax for the 2015 model year. Just like the Buick Encore, it has right down to the turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but with different styling, equipment, and details.
A Fusion SE with AWD brings a powerful turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Its sits are lower to the ground than a crossover suv, both front seats include power height adjustment with the SE trim level, making it easier to position them for comfortable entry and exit.
The CX-5 is known as Mazda’s most popular compact crossover suv. Current update includes dynamics driving, comfort, ease of use, technological advancement, and overall refinement and sophistication levels. Fuel economy is improved, too. We can say that CX-5 remains a good value.
If you happen to live near a healthy Mitsubishi dealership, and you don’t mind gambling on whether the company will remain viable in the U.S. market, the Mitsubishi Outlander is worth consideration. It comes with a terrific warranty, and great deals are almost always available, avoid the GT model’s thirsty V6 engine.