10 Best All-Wheel -Drive Vehicles Under $25,000

If
you’re looking for a new set of wheels for your teen this summer, there
are a number of new cars that fit the bill. While used cars are
cheaper, if your budget allows, a new car will have all the latest
safety features and be engineered to meet increasingly tough crash
protection standards—important for an inexperienced driver.
We
selected 15 new 2014 models that can be bought for less than $25,000
and meet Consumer Reports’ criteria to be recommended. These vehicles
scored well in our testing, have average or better reliability in our
latest survey, and performed well in government or insurance-industry
safety tests, if evaluated. For teen cars, we also only considered
models that provide good acceleration but aren’t overly fast, handle
well in emergency situations, and achieve respectable braking distances.
By buying new, the vehicle will have standard stability control, which
is a proven lifesaver. Some models may even have a standard backup
camera or other crash avoidance system, such as forward-collision
warning, which can provide even more assistance to young drivers.
Each
vehicle highlighted is available with at least a 5 percent discount off
the retail price, factoring negotiability, dealer holdback, and
incentives, if available. Those cars without an expiration date are the
normal savings you can find at any time. Some vehicles may also carry
consumer incentives that are directed at recent college graduates,
enabling further savings for informed negotiators. Specific pricing
details on these and other trim variations are available on the model pages.
But discounts aren’t given in a vacuum. Often they are given for models
that don’t sell well, either for not delivering what they promise or
because they will soon be replaced.
Click
through the model names to read the complete road test, and check
detailed pricing, reliability, owner costs, owner satisfaction, and
other key data.
For a list of other models that have deals this month, check out our best new car deals page that is updated each month with the latest numbers. Also, see our full list of best new and used cars for teens.

 

 

Model name MSRP Invoice Expiration date Potential savings below MSRP (+) Total Savings Available
2014 Chevrolet Sonic $17,890 $17,549 6/2/2014 5%+ $1,012
2014 Scion xB $18,675 $17,842   5%+ $358
2014 Hyundai Elantra $19,010 $18,582 6/2/2014 5%+ $1,296
2014 Toyota Corolla $20,510 $19,734 6/2/2014 5%+ $394
2014 Volkswagen Golf $20,815 $20,015 6/30/2014 5%+ $1,150
2014 Subaru Impreza Sedan $21,090 $20,410   5%+ $609
2014 Honda Civic   $21,880 $20,586   5%+ $422
2014 Hyundai Sonata $22,260 $21,565 6/2/2014 15%+ $2,644
2014 Kia Optima $22,300 $21,585 6/2/2014 10%+ $2,145
2014 Subaru Impreza Wagon $22,590 $21,780   5%+ $654
2014 Toyota Camry $23,490 $22,322 6/2/2014 5%+ $454
2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek $23,820 $22,918   5%+ $690
2014 Subaru Legacy $24,090 $23,085   5%+ $699
2014 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen $25,705 $24,710 6/30/2014 5%+ $1,248
2015 Subaru Forester $25,945 $24,789   5%+ $753

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