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Anything junky..:-)

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That'd be awful! I want my son to keep his first car for a very long time! I plan on trying to save up enough for a car he'd like but If he's ever a bad teenager I will take some of that money I saved up for his car. :)
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Most teenagers consider importance on a car's style to be sporty, cool in appearance, fast performance, great size to accommodate friends and accessories. Girls like cute cars that replicate their personality and place less importance on performance and accessories than boys.

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Lamborghini

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hahahaha
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Wat the!
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A Bradley Tank!!!!

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Focus, with some ground effects and a spoiler on the back, you can't even tell its a Focus. My teen was amazed.

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Probably some daewoo...

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I would submit that a mid-sized car would be appropriate for a teen. Large enough to help protect against injury, yet many manufacturers offer quite stylish designs that would appeal to teens.

Your family's budget, and lifestyle, would have to dictate the final decision. I bought both my daughters Ford Fusions for their Christmas. Traded in a Honda and Toyota. I would like to think I did due-diligence in this purchase. Price of the vehicles were secondary to the safety ratings of the vehicles.

Sport Cars are cool for those families that can afford, and control, their operation.

I could surely afford such expense of so-called sports cars, however my control of their use could never be guaranteed, therefore, a risk I would never undertake.

Unfortunately, my daughters will travel in vehicles they have not yet have warmed too, coloured as they please, for the next year or two, at least I'll feel them safe.

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Don't forget to consider the climate they'll be primarily driving in. If snow is a constant in the Winter, get something with an all-wheel or 4WD drive option.

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id consider a Jeep

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Jeep

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Honda Accord

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I drove a 4 door Saturn SL2 from 16 until I graduated college at 23. I hated the way it looked but it was awesome on gas and insurance and I only had one problem with it and that was just needing new roders. It was very dependable! My husband insists on driving it back and forth now to work bc he has quite a commute and its so great on gas mileage! Its a 96 and still going!

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ford probe

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Honda Civic!!

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Land rover because you won't get hurt as much on other cars becuase it's strong car so many teenagers get crashed. To be safe Land Rover

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Land Rover? I guess if you live on the upper east side.
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There are six cars that have a zero fatality rate. I would look into those. Two are Range Rovers, two are Mercedes S Class, I believe. Check 'em out.

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Hotwheels LOL just teasing just thought I'd go there first though. Try a sedan because they are big and can take a lot more punishment than the new cars of today.

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A Geo Metro gets great gas mileage. Volvo's hold up fantastic in wrecks. I personally rolled a Subaru coupe 3 times and the roof withstood the impact beautifully. I guess it depends a lot on the driving habits of your teen. I needed the extra protection. My daughter needed the gas mileage.

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MDW86

A cheap KIA, they are just gonna wreck it anyway.

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I was a teenager once upon a time. Never wrecked. I know several other adults that never got into wrecks as a teenager. Kind of a low blow to teens everywhere with a comment like that.
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maybe trash (not take good care of) would have been a better word to use. I didn't mean just accidents. Also, I am not a politically correct wuss. So if I offended any teens, good. They need to be toughened up a little. Everyone is so sensitive these days. In the words of the great Artie Lange "whhhaaahhh".
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it should be honda jazz because it is too cheap............and for teenagers it's good

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i wanted a camero, now days they arecompletley different looking cars, most girls today like VW bettle, the VW Jetta is a lil bigger and a good car, mustang absolutley not they are to small on the inside and can be fast, d those back seats are barley big enough for 2. Hondas are real good car, just gotta find the right one, cuz usually if someone IS selling a honda its got lots of miles or it is does have something wrong with. Nissans are pretty good cars probably cost more than wantin 2 spend on my teen. toyotas same thing. One car that you should look into is a grandprix or grandam they come in 2 or 4 door and they are still sporty but not really "fast" and have little more room in them that the traditional "sports" car. same goes for the dodge stratus or chrysler sebring, just depending on the $ you are wanting to spend the sebring can be a little pricey the more loaded it is. they are considered a LUXARY,sport sedan.so first thing is you need to set down and decide on the price you wanna spend and then go from there. lower to higher woould be grandam,grandprix, honda,stratgus,jetta sebring.

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Volkswagen

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I know when I was a teenager, I was happy with anything that had four wheels and would reliably get me from point A to point B. Having four doors was just an added bonus for my buddies.

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a honda civic with a nice muffler tip

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A honda civic.! very good cars :D

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A Lada, that limits the chances of being caught speeding.

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your mom

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Mine was a pontiac convertible G6 <3

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Mom's old mini van.

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