2019 Best New and Used Cars for Teens

2019 Toyota Camry
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2019 Toyota Camry | Best New Car for Teens $30k to $35k

If reliability and safety are top priorities for your teen’s new car, then check out the Toyota Camry. All Camrys come standard with the latest safety technologies, including forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, as well as lane departure warning and lane keep assist.

With the XLE trim, you’ll also get blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and reverse automatic braking. Toyota’s Birds Eye View Camera is optional on the XLE trim. It’s worth noting that adding the Birds Eye View Camera to the XLE will push the price well past $30,000.

While its safety tech is meant to mitigate a crash, the Camry will also protect your teen in case an accident does happen. The NHTSA gave the Camry a five-star overall rating for crash worthiness, and the IIHS labelled it a Top Safety Pick+, its highest accolade for safety.

Like many Toyotas, the Camry is also dependable. J.D. Power gave the Camry a four out of five predicted reliability rating, which is better than most cars on the road.

Beyond safety, the Camry is one of our top-ranked midsize cars for other reasons, including its excellent gas mileage and comfortable interior. Your teen will appreciate its user-friendly infotainment system, as well as standard Apple CarPlay for good smartphone connectivity. These are just a few reasons why we named the Camry the Best Midsize Car for the Money and a finalist for our Best Midsize Car for Families award.

If you’ve decided the Camry is the right new car for your teen, be sure to visit our Toyota deals page to find the best finance and lease deals. Before heading out, check out the U.S. News Best Price Program to find the dealership in your area with the lowest price.

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