There’s no question that New Jersey residents do a lot of driving. Perhaps that’s why our insurance rates are so high. New Jersey sits on a hub of driving activity. Many people who work in Philadelphia or New York choose to live in New Jersey because they want a safe, suburban atmosphere to raise their families as opposed to more urban environments. Because of this, even though the state is rather small, it’s the most population dense in the country, excluding D.C.
With that in mind, you’re going to want a car that you can depend on, will get you good gas mileage and will be favorable for your insurance rates. For this reason, whether you’re searching in North Jersey, Central Jersey or the Jersey Shore, you’re going to want to look at Toyota dealerships. They’ve traditionally made cars that last forever and they’re not as expensive to insure usually when compared to more luxury or sports models. Let’s take a look at some of the cars you should consider.
- Toyota Camry Hybrid: The Toyota Camry has been one of the best selling cars in America for the past twenty years, and the Toyota Camry Hybrid combines the dependability of the Toyota Camry with the economic efficiency hybrid technology offers. In fact, the Toyota Camry will get you more than 43 city miles per gallon and a respectable 39 mile highway mileage. As those who commute to New York every day from New Jersey have the longest commute, you’ll save a lot of money.
- Toyota Sienna: Last year, the Toyota Sienna was the rated the lowest car to insure. If you’re looking for a Rt.1, Black Horse Pike or Rt. 22 Toyota dealership, you might want to consider a Sienna if you have a family. The Sienna offers space for up to eight passengers and can get up to 25 miles in highway travel. If you’re worried about losing a ton of money on gas in a minivan, this could be the car that eases your worries.
- Toyota Corolla: What about parallel parking in NYC or Philadelphia? You won’t want to try to fit in a large pickup truck in between a small space on the street. If you’re looking for a smaller car that still has roominess and the safety features of a family size sedan, the Toyota Corolla may be it.
These are just some of the many Toyota models you should take a look at if you’re a driver in New Jersey or anywhere else. What cars do you drive navigating the Garden State’s roads?
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Jillian Johnson is a professional content marketing writer and blogger with a particular interest in writing about cars. To read more writing by Jillian, follow her @MissWritey.