These three commuter cars are (relatively) easy on the budget, will you to work & home in a hurry, and can be truly fun to drive.
Best of all? Every one is available with a MANUAL gearbox!
When you test drive the best selling vehicle in the country, it's easy to know what to expect. This week I was able to drive this 2015 Toyota Camry SE from PreferredPreOwned.com, and it was very suitable.
The Camry has been America's best selling car for 15 consecutive years, and in the same manner that the company reinvented the midsize truck market with the 3rd Generation Tacoma 2 years ago, they have once again set the bar for a sensible American sedan very high.
Consumer Reports has gone through the top commuter cars that are currently available, and made a nice list of the best for either City MPG or Highway MPG.
Road Show reports on the best (and worst) vehicles for reliability, citing Consumer Reports. These are the best commuters on the list:
2017 is just around the corner and the entire crew here at Buck The Commute took a look at some of the best commuter cars coming out in the new year (many are already here). Let's go:
Starting next month, drivers of all types can record virtually everything about their trips with the new Waylense Horizon.
The $449 (pre-sale) device records up to 1080p video along with data that's delivered via your ODB-II port (standard on all vehicles built after 1996).
If you're the type that wants to push the FUN and PERFORMANCE in your commuter car, keep reading. Also, everyone should keep reading. This is going to be epic....
As September 2016 comes to a close, so does production of the Dodge Dart. One of the coolest looking, but maybe not the most exciting, commer cars in the last decade.