Leasing Options Provides Alternative to Public Transport Post Lockdown18 June 2020
While the Prime Minister is slowly lifting the lockdown regulations, the Government is issuing strict guidelines on how the gradual return to work needs to be implemented.
One of the measures to be taken is, where possible, to NOT use public transport.
For people who are able to drive but don’t have access to a vehicle, it’s suddenly plunged them into a position of needing a car and quick.
City cars are, by design, small, nimble, slick and efficient.
Ideally suited for people who do a lot of city and town driving, the cars are compact and often the smallest car within a manufactures range.
So, we’ve pulled together our top 5 city cars that will be perfect for your daily commute and nipping around town.
1. Toyota Aygo
The Toyota Aygo is a classic city car well known for its easy to manoeuvre and compact size as well as its reliability. The Toyota Aygo is even one of the cheapest city cars around!
2. Volkswagen UP
The Volkswagen UP up is a similar size to the Toyota Aygo and comes with all the same size related benefits. VWs city car also comes with some signature VW stylings and you can even get a GTI version!
3. Kia Picanto
One of our bestselling city cars is the Kia Picanto. The car is small, easy and affordable making it an obvious choice when looking for a way to get around and avoid the hustle and bustle of public transport
4. Fiat 500
Probably the most iconic city cars around has to be the Fiat 500. An ideal first car and a perfect city car for navigating the tight and difficult city streets.
5. Vauxhall Corsa (New)
Ever so slightly bigger than the other entries the Vauxhall Corsa is another fantastic small car which is perfect for city driving. The Corsa has only just had a facelift making it the newest entry on the list (as of June 2020) and has all the funky city stylings you could want!
Don’t forget you can check out all these cars with a 360 degree look around on our website – simply click on the car you’re looking at and select the ‘gallery’