Starting the new year off with a new family expansion? You might have to upgrade your car to accommodate the new changes and that can seem daunting. There’s already so much to worry about and now a car too? That’s why we found some of the best 2020 models for families that can accommodate your changing life.
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Named one of 2020s top 10 cars by Kelley Blue Book and Motor Trend’s 2020 Car of the Year, this is a serious option you can’t ignore. A 3 row SUV seating up to 8 with seat heating available in the first 2 rows, this Kia is great for a large family, or carpools out to the kids’ practices and classes.
Everyone knows how much a hassle a large family can be sometimes and Kia did not forget about this issue, even adding in an intercom to the back row letting you stop building up stress shouting over everyone to try to keep control. Satisfying the backseat group there are USB ports for each passenger and even wireless charging, and easy to use one-touch sliding and folding seats to make getting everyone in and out the easiest it can be.
The newest edition of the Subaru outback is perfect for families looking for the feeling of an off-road truck. With seating for 5 with roomy back seats, this vehicle comes with a lot of up-to-date features to satisfy you and your tech needing children. Including wi-fi hot spot connectivity, and USB ports to charge devices. The outback boasts a remote engine start feature letting you warm up the car from your phone and not miss anything and get the kids ready to go.
Don’t think that’s it though, it comes with many new features to make driving the easier and the most comfortable it can be. Features like Starlink which will alert an operator if there is an accident getting you roadside help, and DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System sensing if you’re straying from your lane will help you stay on the top of your game even if there is a ruckus in the backseat. Another great feature is Eyesight, which detects objects ahead, telling you how close you are to the car ahead, and reacts fast to unexpected situations; reducing power to the engine to minimize the force and impact when a collision happens.
Winner of Kelley Blue Books award “Minivan Best Buy” for three years in a row for a reason, it has everything you’ll need for a growing family. Honda went above and beyond focusing on a family car that can handle any situation you can, seating up to eight and accommodating up to five car seats. It boasts a built-in vacuum that can reach all around the interior of the car and a crevice tool to reach the tiny crumbs in the tightest of spots. There is an interior camera to keep an eye on what the kids are doing, a DVD player with folding 10-inch screen, and rear USB ports and wireless charging pad upfront.
There are features that focus more on you too, along with cruise control and blindspot alerts there is Snow Mode which helps during the cold months adjusting the traction system to give you more control on icy roads. Also, the Odyssey comes with eight standard airbags, making sure to protect your family the best it can with knee airbags, and side-impact curtains covering each row of the vehicle.
Excited about your new family but nervous about a new car?
With this list hopefully deciding will be a bit easier, these vehicles are specifically catered to the active lifestyle of a family and being a new parent and using CarCostCanada’s free report system you can make sure to get the best deal on the best newest model for your new family.