The cutting-edge style and advanced technology are the key factors that make this car one o the best for road-tripping. It also has remote self-parking. The spacious cabin and ample trunk space are suitable for the whole family.
The Hybrid version boasts 54 mpg on the highway, which means you can go a long way before topping up on gas.
Let’s face it, anyone buying a $100,000 Nissan GT-R clearly isn’t looking to save money. These affordable sports vehicles are one of the fastest production cars on the market.
They also tend to be highly customized and go through a lot of modifications, including special engine upgrades, custom paint jobs, and many owners like to add some extremely loudspeakers to hear that engine roar. That will certainly make for some fun traveling.
Porsche Boxster 2013
The Porsche Boxster is a perfect road trip car. It looks cool and it also has two trunks that give it lots of storage space for long trips. The convertible top allows you to enjoy an extremely panoramic view of the scenery.
Sure, it’s on the higher end but at just under $30,000 you can actually be someone with a Porsche. Just imagine driving that thing down a highway.
This SUV itself has aged quite well over the years despite being pulled from the market. It's built to last, so be prepared for a solid and durable machine when you're on the road. Aspen’s first release model was sold for around $40,000.
But again, as we’ve seen with the other cars on this list, depreciation kicks in pretty quickly, so for that reason you could pick one up for a mere $12,000! So for those looking for a tough SUV that’s great for off-road driving, you can’t go past this, especially at this price!
So the Cadillac SRX was produced between 2004 and 2016 – meaning that yep, it’s gone out of production. Sadness. But also happiness for savvy consumers looking for luxury on a budget! The SRX wasn’t retired because consumers didn’t love it, but actually, because Cadillac wanted to take advantage of a change in naming convention, replacing the SRX with the new model, the XT5. Mystery solved! In saying that, the SRX was priced on the higher end of the spectrum, which made it a bit of a stretch for consumers.
The car itself however was smart and sleek, with stylish features and a solid 265 HP engine. Cruising in a Cadillac. The dream, really. Due to the decision by Cadillac to change the name and update, it made the SRX a heck of a lot cheaper. These days, you can pick one up for just $15,000. That’s a lot of car for a little money.