Something with a lower center of gravity, no SUVs or pick ups. They have a higher roll over rate, and a driver should get more experience before getting one of those. Other than that it depends on needs. A sports person who has to carry gear should get a hatch back. Someone that is going to need to help picking up siblings from activities should get a 4 door.
My first car was a 1963 Chevrolet Impala convertible. You probably won't be that lucky. First cars will stay in your memory forever. Stick with something dependable like a Toyota Corolla or a Honda Civic, economical and low maintenance. Go with a four door so you can bring your friends along and the insurance is cheaper.
your dream car is what you want. Like me, a bugattii veyron. it depends on your price range and if you want something fun or gas saving or something in between but i would definitely get a stick its funner and men drive stick so the other week i was in anchorage, alaska and something that was amazing four gourgeous looking teens in a older mustang cherry red aint nothing better than a bunch of beauties in one of the most famous cars of all times
I had a 95 z28 Camaro as my first car and got it right in the middle of October when the roads were getting slick. Sure, I got in trouble with the police a few times for speeding and squealing of tires but that was my fault, not the cars. If you drive responsibly you can get any car you want, but even i thought i was responsible till i got the power of 320 horses clearing their throats and adrenaline got the best of me. I recommend you make the person ready for their first car pay for it themselves with no help from mom or dad, it teaches them how expensive it is and i can almost guarantee that they will drive safer when its their money on the line.
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from what i've seen, Chevy rusts to pieces in no time if it's left outside. i have a mustang and its been a wonderful first car, but you have to be careful with one in the winter. they don't drive well on snow! if you want something practical, ford Taurus's have good reputations, but i think they are really ugly.