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Congratulations! You've passed your driving test and you are ready to hit the road! But which car to choose? Read on as we round up the top 5 used cars for new drivers...
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Top 5 Used Cars For New Drivers

Top 5 Used Cars For New Drivers

After passing your test, buying your first car is one of the most memorable milestones when entering adulthood.

The world is your oyster, you just need to get a set of wheels. But which are the best for you?

Of course, it’s down to you which car you buy but we’ve pulled together the top 5 used cars (in no particular order) to give you an idea of what’s on offer. Enjoy!

Best Cars for New Drivers UK

Ford Fiesta

This comfortable supermini is refined, practical and super fun to drive which makes it a dream for new drivers!

Used Ford Fiesta

Vauxhall Corsa

Seamlessly blending style, interior space and low running costs, the Vauxhall Corsa is an excellent car for first-time drivers.

Used Vauxhall Corsa

Peugeot 208

The Peugeot 208 offers generous levels of equipment and is cheap-to-run, which makes it a serious contender for any new driver’s attention!

Used Peugeot 208

SEAT Ibiza

Stylish, practical and comfortable are just a few of the characteristics the SEAT Ibiza has to offer. Living up to its sporty looks, this car provides a rewarding drive with every journey.

Used SEAT Ibiza

Hyundai i10

This car boasts great practicality and is perfect for anyone looking for their first car. It fairs as well on motorways as it does zipping around city streets, with good visibility for parking! Ideal!

Used Hyundai i10


If none of these tick your boxes, why not take a look at our huge used car range? There is something for everyone!

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