Top 8 Family Cars for Road Trips and Vacation

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The moment you open your eyes and find yourself bathing in your own sweat, you know it’s that time of year again. Here come the longer days and warmer nights- it’s officially summer 2016.

As well as the scorching hot weather, company outings, summer getaways, and family reunions are always on the agenda. Generally speaking, it’s either commuting by public transport or renting a car to get you to your destination, but these can be pretty tiring, not to forget very risky for families too.

Not unless you are renting from a trusted car renting company, of course. But if you’re already tired from all the processes and their limitations, maybe it’s time for you to look for your own car.

Here are the 8 best family cars for your trips.

#1. Kia Sedona

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The Kia Sedona offers a spacious cabin with eight seats making it best for a big family. It is also considered a handsome looking vehicle, even though that word is rarely associated with minivans. The Sedona features an audio system supporting AM, FM, CD, MP3 and SiriusXM, and a 4.3” Screen Audio Display plus four speakers. Thus, it will definitely make long trips for children more tolerable (or even great)!

In the automotive market, Kia is not only known for its affordable prices, but also for its innovative technology which guarantees quality and safety. If you’re looking for a not too pricey but still sturdy family car, this might be the best option for you.

#2. Subaru Outback

2. Subaru Outback
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After its redesign in 2015, the Subaru Outback 2016 now brags a wider interior. Although the seating capacity is only for five, it offers comfort more than anything else. Not much for a big family, but great for a smaller one, especially with kids.

Packed with safety technologies, the Outback is on a whole new level with its new emergency assistance connectivity. It can detect and break for pedestrians through its forward collision system. Now isn’t this great for families with children on board?

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