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When comparing the best cars for teenagers, don’t limit yourself to used models. Compare the top 7 best new cars for high school students.

As the new year comes to a close, Christmas is just weeks away and parents start looking for cheap, reliable and safe transportation for their high school aged children, the question then becomes: Which models provide the right combination of value and safety? As with all car shopping experiences, the sheer volume of choices and options can cause even the most savvy car shopper to become overwhelmed.

Many parents are understandably nervous when picking a car for a high school student. Safety is a big issue, as many parents don’t trust that their teenagers will always put safety first. Affordability is another issue, as for many parents this may be at least the third car in the family. As with all car shopping experiences, it can be a little nerve wracking and overwhelming when you begin to shop and realize just how many different car models are out there. If you are looking for a good car for your high school student, here are 7 models to consider:

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1. Honda Accord

When it comes to popularity, reliability, fuel economy and safety, you can’t do much better than a Honda Accord. It comes with driver, passenger and side airbags, safety locks and a GPS system. Although many parents would feel safe sending their teens out in a Honda Accord, one drawback is that the teens themselves may have had something with a flashier look in mind.

  • MSRP: $22,150 – $30,700
  • CarsDirect Price: $21,558 – $29,362
  • MPG: 22 City/32 Highway

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