3 Family Cars That Make Driving Fun

3 Family Cars That Make Driving Fun


Every year, more than 500,000 babies are born in Malaysia,  according to the Department of Statistics, changing the lives of their new parents completely. While having a baby on the way may require you to get rid of your convertible, it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice all your fun. Once you have made peace with the fact that your new car will have to be  roomier and considerably safer, you can start looking for a vehicle that will not deprive you off all your joy. Thankfully there are a number of cars that are not only extremely practical, but are fun to own and drive as well.

3 Family Cars That Make Driving Fun
3 Family Cars That Make Driving Fun

The Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is pure power


Although Porsche is not typically associated with family transport, the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is perfect for the young family who would like to retain their sense of adventure. While the name may be somewhat of a mouthful, the sleek design of the Turismo, coupled with all the  practicalities typically found in a wagon makes it a formidable vehicle. 

Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo
Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo

In addition to the lustrous exterior, the Turismo is also loaded with a range of safety features, such as lane-change assist and night view, which will give you added peace-of-mind while driving your family around. A  great added feature is the climate control that even allows you to pre-heat or pre-cool the vehicle, which, as any parent will tell you, is ideal when you have a baby with you. Apart from all the nifty features, the Turismo is also a beast of a machine that sports 680 horsepower, which is great news for fun-loving, thrill-seeking parents.

Nothing beats Volvo XC90 in terms of practicality


If you're looking for a family car that is fun to drive but not quite as flashy as the Porsche, consider investing in a 2020 Volvo XC90. As far as design is concerned, you won’t get much better than the XC90, which is available as a four, five, six or seven-seater. Regardless of the version you choose, you can rest assured that both the driver and passengers will enjoy the utmost comfort. After having a baby, the safety features of a car become increasingly important. 

Volvo XC90
Volvo XC90

The XC90’s City Safety feature helps to detect an impending collision and also boasts steering support, which enables you to steer away from any possible dangers swiftly and safely. One of the most basic, but also most impressive features of the CX90 is the large cargo space, which is ideal for  carting baby’s stroller around with you while running your own errands. Added child-safety features include a passenger airbag cut-off switch and power child safety locks, while a powerful 8-speed transmission engine and state-of-the-art onboard media player give the vehicle’s fun rating a big boost.

The Honda Civic Type R combines fun and sensibility perfectly


It's not often that you find a family car that is as enjoyable to drive as it is practical. The Honda Civic Type R, however, has managed to find a perfect balance between performance, reliability and pleasure, making it a superb choice for any family expecting a new baby.  Despite its striking exterior that reminds you of a fast-as-lighting sports car, the Type R is every bit as practical as it is visually appealing. 

Honda Civic Type R
Honda Civic Type R

Cargo space is no problem for this hatchback, and prospective parents will be happy to know that you can easily fit your monthly groceries, as well as a stroller, in the trunk. Apart from sporting ISOFIX child seat anchors, the Type R also boasts a range of other safety features, such as dual front, side and side curtain airbags, Hill Start Assist, ABS braking, and Vehicle Stability Assist.   

Finding the perfect car for your family is not always an easy feat. Luckily you do not have to sacrifice all your driving pleasure in order to provide safe and secure transport for your new bundle of joy. 

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