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What Cars to Buy In Connecticut

For those that live in or drive through Connecticut it can be an on-going struggle to get through the narrow roads and over snowy hills in any old vehicle. The main thing to bear in mind when choosing your next vehicle to drive in Connecticut is the tires and front wheel drive. Thanks to the roads being kept pretty clear in most places having all weather tires and front wheel drive is more than enough for most people. If however you’re journey takes you over bigger hills it may be worth considering a 4 wheel drive/ all-wheel drive. Of course being able to tackle the hills with ease will mean owning a more powerful vehicle so taking economy into account is also advisable. Here are a couple of vehicles that are just perfect for the Connecticut terrain whatever the season:
 

Honda CR-V

Honda is the most popular vehicle in Connecticut right now and the latest release the Honda CR-V is already proving to be just as sought after due to its excellent array of features for comfort, space and driveability in the Connecticut area.  The latest version has been completely redesigned to improve driving comfort whatever the terrain, all-wheel drive for excellent traction all year around and a 1.5 L four cylinder engine to tackle hills with ease. Of course fuel consumption is also important but that has also been factored into this latest model offering drivers up to 34 MPG on the highway. The inside of the vehicle has been modernized featuring a simple to use touchscreen and for those taking longer journeys there is more legroom in the front and the back so everyone can be comfortable. There’s also 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space so this compact vehicle really has it all.  This latest model is 1.5 inches further from the ground which makes it easier to get around without causing damage to the underside of the vehicle. All that’s left to decide is which trim is right for you.
 

Toyota Sienna

The latest upgrades for the Toyota Sienna are perfect for driving around Connecticut whatever time of year. This latest minivan version trumps the Honda Odyssey and even the Chrysler Pacific when it comes to power offering 296 HP to give you extra power on the hills and easily gets you through the snow. Even when filled it is able to reach amazing speeds in a short space of time so don’t let its size fool you when considering highway driving. The new 8 speed automatic transmission makes driving a breeze. On the city the Toyota Sienna is able to offer 19 MPG and 27 MPG when driving on the highway. The Toyota Sienna is available in front wheel drive in the basic trims if you don’t think you will be tackling the harsher weather too much but also all-wheel drive upgrade options should you need it.

The inside of the Toyota Sienna is nice and quiet minimizing outside noise which makes for a comfortable drive and especially handy if little ones have just dropped off in the back. The sports version is slightly noisier however it does have better handling so may be worth the trade-off for tackling the narrower roads of Connecticut.