The Best Car For New Grads
Whether you’ve just graduated or someone in your life is about to, they’re about to embark on a great journey – one where they need a reliable car to get them from point A to B! Here’s a list of some of the best cars for new grads for 2019.
Talk about the ultimate commuter car! The Toyota C-HR Lightweight, compact and stylish enough for any new grad. The Toyota C-HR starts at $22,000 and comes with a push-start button, remote entry and remote keyless entry.
There are many things to love about the Honda Fit – it’s price tag, how compact it is, and how surprisingly fast it goes. As a hatchback, it’s also very roomy – chances are, it can lug around more cargo that some SUV’s. With over 52 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down, this compact ride is perfect for anywhere college grads are ready to go.
Kia Soul Base
Kias are great cars for anyone on a budget, and who wants some to get the most out of their mileage. With a little pep in its step, the Kia Soul Base fits that bill! It’s boxy, and has a 130 horsepower, it’s a great investment for those right out of college.
The Subaru Impreza is flexible and affordable. Starting at $18,495 the base model gives you the option of a hatchback or a sedan, you have plenty of options to customize your vehicle. It’s a great commuter car that will offer dependability for the new grad who has places to go with no time to waste!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Honest Answers to Your Car Shipping Questions
Yes, we always ask for your specific pickup and delivery addresses, if the carrier can get right to the addresses you provide, they will. If the addresses that you give us are not safely accessible for a Multi-car carrier, however, you will need to make arrangements with the driver to meet at a nearby location where the carrier can safely get in and out.
People do it all the time (rarely for free) but the official answer is no.
Not what you wanted to hear, we know, but that is the honest answer.
We are not licensed to broker the shipment of household goods and, likewise, no car carrier that operates in the USA is licensed to transport them from state to state either. Despite what you might be being told by other car shipping companies you may speak with.
Remember, at the end of the day we're all salespeople, and the true answer to this question is not a great selling point.
You will hear a lot of companies tell you that you can put up to 100 pounds of items in the trunk, but that is not entirely true. That fact is that items of that amount are fairly common and the department of transportation is probably not going to split hairs and fine the trucker over items of that amount, provided they are not over their weight limit. They could fine them, however, if they see a vehicle stuffed full of personal items so the car carrier will most likely try to negotiate something with you to cover themselves against any costs they could incur. It's not something we can build into your contract though.
We have a short and helpful video on this topic in our user videos.
Only in rare cases and car carriers will usually charge a premium to make it happen.
All dates given by car carriers are typically estimates and projections.
For this reason (and to keep your cost down) we ask that you build in some flexibility and give us the earliest possible date you would be WILLING to release the vehicle, even though it may not be your preferred date.
We'll put you in direct contact with your car carrier and the driver will also typically call you the afternoon or evening before your pick up and delivery (they won't just show up unannounced, and if they do we want to hear about it). However, car carriers are out on the road battling traffic, weather and any number of other factors that can and do throw them off of their pickup and delivery projections from time to time.
If the projected dates we give you come and you are unable to make contact with your carrier, please call our office immediately so that we may help resolve the situation.
The average transit time from pick up to delivery on any vehicle going coast to coast will average 7 to 10 days. From there you can figure your transit time based on how far your vehicle is traveling, i.e. from either coast to the Midwest might average 3-7 days.
Even better, we do not even ask for payment until we have you confirmed for pickup by a safe, reliable, fully insured, direct car carrier. If for any reason you do not ship your car with the carrier that we arrange for you, there is no fee.
The fees paid directly to the carrier however, (in most cases, their fees are not paid until your vehicle is delivered) are not directly controlled by us, so any requests for a refund of the carrier's portion would need to be addressed with the carrier directly.
Of course! And you are always backed by our Damage Free Guarantee policy.
Part of what you pay us for is to verify that the car carrier that we put you on is covered by the proper amount of insurance and that everything is up to date.
There is never any additional cost to you for this coverage, and their insurance is always primary.