Family cars-A family car is a car classification used in Europe to describe normally-sized cars. The name comes from the suitability of these cars to carry a whole family locally or on vacations. Most family cars are hatchbacks or sedans, although there are MPVs, estates, and cabriolets with the same structure as with the other body style. The term covers two types of family cars.
- Octavia has a flat longer body
- A good amount of luggage space
- Fuel economy capable up to 74mpg
- CO2 emissions starting at 99g/km
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- Cost: on average around £1,000
- Shares many parts with the Volkswagen Golf
- It’s practical, robust inside, and fun to drive
- The engine range has an economy, performance, or a blend of the two.
- Fuel economy can reach up to 74.3mpg.
- Hyundai i30 focuses on giving a comfortable ride
- Just a spacious car
- Giving you Hyundai’s warranty
- Unlimited mileage up to five years
- Fuel economy capable of up to 76mpg
- It’s an economical, dependable, practical, and cheap-to-run car
- It includes a fuel economy up to 88.3mpg
- It is a Blue Motion model
- The GTI and R performance models are just as practical as the standard car, too.
Ford B-MAX mini MPV
- The rear sliding doors allow easier access in tight parking spaces
- All models of cars come with air-conditioning with DAB digital radio
- There’s no seven-seat version available.
- Cost an average of £2,000
- Fuel economy reaches up to 76.3mpg
- More stylish, has a more extended warranty (7 years, although 100,000-mile limit)
- CO2 emissions can be as low as 96g/km
- It is a large family car with economical engines.
- It’s extreme from road tax.
- Fuel capable of up to 76mpg.
- More Reliable, Eye-catching design and fun handling.
- It’s around 100mm longer than a Ford Focus.
- Mazda3 has a tremendous 2.2-liter diesel engine
- Fuel economy reaches 72.4mpg
- CO2 emissions are 107g/km
- Also, 0-62mph is reached in a spritely 8.2 seconds.
- Focus acclaimed for its sharp handling, stylish interior, and practical layout.
- Its engines offer a good compromise between performance and efficiency.
- Diesel economy is capable of 74mpg.
- Focus is definitely one of the most fun-to-drive cars in its class.
Citroen C4 Picasso MPV
- The Citroen C4 is an ultra-modern design and incredibly practical.
- Fuel economy can be as high as 74.3mpg
- The C4’s handling is well-judged too both comfortable and fun to drive
- CO2 emissions are as low as 98g/km.